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  • Osvaldo Feil

    Use a hollowed out book to hide an unsightly router. #luxury house design #home interior design 2012 #home design #living room design| http://modern-home-design-912.blogspot.com

  • Julia Eldridge

    Brilliant - hide a wireless router in a vintage book cover!

  • Lauren Hagood

    DIY: vintage book jacket to cover router, tech, wires, etc. cool idea :0)

  • Sarah Gipson

    Use an old book cover to hide wireless routers and other out-of-place electronics.

  • Sara Donley

    Cool idea! Using an old book cover to hide things (in this case, a router)

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genius. and gorgeous. simple way to cover books. i might be doing this to all my textbooks from grad school...