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Hide Tv Cables

Hiding cords for wall mounted TV....I like this I think it is totally workable. Especially because it will be along the fireplace.

Tree 2.0 is an all-in-one solution for organizing your TV entertainment peripherals that’s perfect for wall-mounted systems. The “branches” of the tree hide unsightly cables all the way from the base to the canopy where receivers, DVD players or gaming systems are supported by multi-level shelves. Much cheaper than hiring a contractor to embed cords int he wall and super easy to install!

Name: Tim Grocott Location: Auckland, New Zealand Your Home Office Organization or Tech Tip: We needed a dual use space, this is our office as well as our TV room. So we wanted a workspace that would minimise when we just wanted to sit back and watch TV. When folded up, the desks resemble the shelves on the wall, and double in depth when unfolded. Also, the cables/modem etc. is all hidden behind the fake walls hanging on hinges from under the desk. The hiding of the cables has made the biggest difference to the feel of the room. All of a sudden it felt uncluttered and roomy.

Hide tv cables - paint wall color

Raising up Rubies: simple frame covered with radiator metal to camoflauge tv box and still have remote work.

IKEA Fan Favorite: STOCKHOLM TV unit. Easily hide away cables by leading them between shelves and out the cable outlets on the underside of the bench.