hiding those cords...command hooks(much nicer than a tiny strip of duct tape).

Use a wire basket attached to the under side of a desk or table to hold computer or other electric cords

How to hide cords on open desks. This is awesome! This is the one I will be doing! Get that power strip off the floor!

Hide your cords in trim. | 36 Genius Ways To Hide The Eyesores In Your Home

hide the cord!

Smart Idea! Use velcro to secure a Power Strip to the leg of desk / table to keep cords off the floor or in a tangled mess at your feet.

25 Cheap And Easy DIYs That Will Vastly Improve Your Home - I am going to try some of these for sure this summer.

Use Command Strips on the bottom of drawer organizers to prevent them from sliding around

There you go again, Pinterest. Making me feel dumb.

smart hairdryer storage.

disguise lamp cords by threading through a series of Command hooks placed along the back of the table, and down the leg.

Blind cord management. Wrap the cord around two command hooks. Keeps the cords high and safely away from kids. Curtain hides the cord. Command hooks can come off without damaging your trim.

cell phone holder - Command Hooks brand. Keep the cords neat and organized and everything off the counters. When not in use, curl up the cord and keep it in the caddy.

DUH. Why didn't I think of that?! - Command Hooks + Wire Basket = additional storage under the sink.

Brilliant - need this to hide ethernet cord

Hang rubber gloves inside kitchen cupboard using a Command Hook & binder clip.

Hiding routers and cords ... Also going to have to find the original site and article it looks so cool! Just a double click away :)

How to split a cord from a single outlet to lamps in the room. Also a great tip on hiding the cords on a table leg.

Mounting foil and wrap inside cabinet door using plastic hooks.

Organize Mixer Attachments on Command Hooks Inside Kitchen Cabinet

How to Organize and Hide Your Hanging Computer Cables Under Your Desk: "An inexpensive and great way to keep computer cables organized is to use squeeze-type paper clips, also known as binder or bulldog clips. These are the black clips ( do come in different colors) with two chrome wire handles that you squeeze and open, to put over a large pile of paper. They're absolutely perfect as cord tidies."