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  • Anna Laws

    built in computer desk with well hidden wiring- velcro beadboard panel to hide cords

  • Amanda Thompson

    Great idea - velcro a beadboard panel under your desk to hide computer wires! Like that old chair, too!

  • blessed7 family

    Hide computer wires behind a bead board panel under the desk

  • Julie Reuter

    Photo: Josh McHugh | | from 100 DIY Upgrades for Under $100. How to hide wiring for a computer desk.

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Keep cords out of sight. Nothing will taint your beautiful workspace like a tangle of cords. To keep loose cords at bay, take this tip from Martha Stewart: Feed cords though a hole drilled in your desk, and mount a surge protector on the underside. Or, if you’d rather manage cords sans any permanent damage to your furniture, use Velcro strips or zip ties to secure them into an organized cluster.