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How to hide your router and other unsightly tech wires.

Use a hollowed out book to hide an unsightly router. If you’re averse to the idea of desecrating books for the sake of home decor, try using a binder or a pretty photo album instead. home design decorating before and after house design

Organiser les couvercles du plat. Peux faire aussi un scrapbooking sur les boîtes

Frugal way to store your plastic lids! Another one of my biggest organizing pet peeves SOLVED…CHEAPLY! Optional: contact paper to cover box.

Glue old book spines to a box for hidden storage

Old book spines glued to a box becomes hidden bookshelf storage. Garden Ridge also has fake old books with storage inside. Old book spines glued to a box becomes…

Make your own diy bookshelf out of concrete blocks and wood. A great idea for outside storage too. HAD PLANS ON MAKING A HEADBOARD FOR MY QUEEN BED. THE SHELVES ARE NICE TO HOLD BOOKS, NICKKNACKS, LAMP ETC.. PAINT THE BOARDS AND BRICKS TO GO WITH BEDROOM THEME.:

DIY Concrete Block Bookshelf

Cheapest, easiest DIY bookshelf ever - Concrete blocks & Wood. (Decorative concrete blocks & wood in your color, choice, & style). No hammers, cutting or anything!

Unless you really like how your router looks like, you don’t want it looking unaesthetic in the corner of your living room or in your home office. So hide it in a box. It’s a very simple solution.{found on sweetsanitydesigns}.

21 Ingenious Ways to Hide The Mess And The Eyesores In Your Home

How to hide ugly technology - use pretty boxes! what a terrific idea from sweetsanity! // ours isn't in a box, but we found a way to hide in on our bookshelf. so great!

Click-through to discover inspiring bathroom ideas for your new space!

Click-through to discover inspiring bathroom ideas for your new space!

Use a file organizer to store pans, dishes, and cutting boards. | 27 Clever Ways To Use Everyday Stuff In The Kitchen

Get Organized Using Everyday Items Desk Organizer as Cupboard Divider Sort cookie sheets, cutting boards, and jelly-roll pans in the kitchen for easy access (and no more cymbal-crashing sounds) in an overstuffed cabinet.

The idea of hanging the cleaning products on the rod is genius. Also like the boxes with blackboard labels.

The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: 31 DAYS TO AN ORGANIZED HOME I haven't looked at the entire site, but I love these baskets for organizing the shelves in my new laundry/utility room.