7 Smart Tips on How to Hide Electronics and Cords ...

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The one drawback to all of this new and amazing technology is learning how to hide electronics and cords in your home!

Cords and other electrical components can be such an eyesore when it comes to home decor.

Plus they are always getting tangled or confused for what device they belong to.

So until the world is ready for total wireless everything, follow these 7 smart tips on how to hide electronics and cords.

1. Book Coverage

Book Coverage

This creative way for how to hide electronics and cords is great for hiding receivers such as your wireless router or modem.

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.

In order to reach all the electronics in your home, your wireless router is usually in the center of it.2

This can be an eyesore in the center of a room with it's blinking lights and cords.

Using a book to hide it is simple, practical, and super effective!2

2. Nightstand Charging

Nightstand Charging

Are you like me with wanting to charge your devices next to your bed so you can hear them if they go off at night or in the morning?

Well then you should incorporate a charging station into your nightstand!

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 or taking up room on top of your nightstand.

3. Box Charging Station

Box Charging Station

Don't want to start drilling holes in your nightstand but like the idea of creating a charging station?

Well then make one out of any box you have available.

You can even use a shoe box!

If you're using a shoe box, 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 what cord goes to which device.

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