A Clever Way to Hide Clutter: Behind Fake Books! | Martha Stewart Living - Are you looking for a way to hide wires, a router, or maybe your remotes? Hide your clutter in plain sight behind these DIY fake books. Even better, they are easy (and inexpensive!) to make.
Wifi is to be used--tirelessly and shamefully, yes--but never to be seen. At least in my opinion. If you too are in the eye-sore-hating business, I may just be your new best friend. You can use a document box (or cut out an old book) to hide that ungodly router. Game-changer. All you have to do is cut a nifty little hole through the back, through which you'll feed the cords, and ta-da! Never to be seen again. Doing Jesus's work here. Happy hiding, FKJ
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If you have a mount for your TV, fasten all of the electronics with the unsightly wires to it. (If you need to, build a small lightweight frame to attach to your mount.) Bundle up the wires as much as possible before fastening them to the mount so they don't get tangled once they're up there. Use bungee cords to secure heavier hardware like a cable box or router. Plug everything into a power strip so you only have to worry about one wire running from your TV to the wall.