🔌7 Smart Tips On How To Hide Electronics And Cords🔌 by Nicole Ernst - Musely
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🔌7 Smart Tips On How To Hide Electronics And Cords🔌

posted in Technology
07/13/2014
  • Simply find a large vintage looking hard cover book at your local thrift store. Then cut out the pages inside and bend the spine to widen the overall fit.
    Simply find a large vintage looking hard cover book at your local thrift store. Then cut out the pages inside and bend the spine to widen the overall fit.
  • If you have a nightstand with a pullout drawer on the top, cut a hole in the back of the drawer to allow a power strip cord. Then you can plug in any devices you want to the power strip in your drawer while keeping them all tucked away safely. No more having your phone or tablet on the floor!
    If you have a nightstand with a pullout drawer on the top, cut a hole in the back of the drawer to allow a power strip cord. Then you can plug in any devices you want to the power strip in your drawer while keeping them all tucked away safely. No more having your phone or tablet on the floor!
  • Wrap the box first in decorative drawer or wrapping paper. Then cut holes in the side and use a metal cardboard insert to give each hole a smoother look. Insert a power strip, and you're good to go! For extra organization, create a label above each hole to easily keep track of the cords
    Wrap the box first in decorative drawer or wrapping paper. Then cut holes in the side and use a metal cardboard insert to give each hole a smoother look. Insert a power strip, and you're good to go! For extra organization, create a label above each hole to easily keep track of the cords
  • An awkwardly positioned outlet and a cable or wire is just something you have to live with. So instead of hiding it, why not make it something more visually appealing? Online you can find some unique wire clip ons to dress up your cords a little nicer. They also come in a variety of colours!
    An awkwardly positioned outlet and a cable or wire is just something you have to live with. So instead of hiding it, why not make it something more visually appealing? Online you can find some unique wire clip ons to dress up your cords a little nicer. They also come in a variety of colours!
  • This is a perfect way to hide cords that come out from under your desk. Simple install hinges and cabinet doors to create a stylish hiding space for your wires. The cabinets still allow you to move and change everything you need while still letting you hide it all-plus it hides the electrical socket
    This is a perfect way to hide cords that come out from under your desk. Simple install hinges and cabinet doors to create a stylish hiding space for your wires. The cabinets still allow you to move and change everything you need while still letting you hide it all-plus it hides the electrical socket
  • Roomandboard.com has customized cord management straps ranging from $9 to $35. It's an easy way to hide your computer cords along the edges of your desk. If you don't want to spend the money on straps, you can always use colored tape that matches your wires or desk to prop your cords along your desk
    Roomandboard.com has customized cord management straps ranging from $9 to $35. It's an easy way to hide your computer cords along the edges of your desk. If you don't want to spend the money on straps, you can always use colored tape that matches your wires or desk to prop your cords along your desk
  • If you need to run your cords along the side of a room, create a cute decorative trim to hide it. For example, you can put up a small white picket fence decorative trim to cover your cords while still adding a cute design to your room!
    If you need to run your cords along the side of a room, create a cute decorative trim to hide it. For example, you can put up a small white picket fence decorative trim to cover your cords while still adding a cute design to your room!
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