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Hide Wiring Behind Beadboard Get rid of the messy wires that every office space develops by hiding them behind beadboard. (I did the same thing when I redid my entertainment unit.) Learn more at This Old House Decor Ideas, Beads Boards, Computers Wire, Computers Desks, Beadboard Panels, Hiding Wire, 100 Diy, Hiding Cords, Hiding Computers
Turn a Closet Into a Home Office How to do it: Unhinge the door and trade hanging rods for shelves—a deep one for the desktop and two shallow ones above for storage.Estimated cost: One 20-by-24-by-¾-inch and two 12-by-24-by-¾-inch white melamine shelves, metal standards, and shelf brackets, all by Elfa, about $95; The Container Store
Hang a black drop cloth behind your desk to hide a tangled mass of wires. | 36 Genius Ways To Hide The Eyesores In Your Home
What a great idea for a home office space! So you would need an extra closet to accomplish this but you wouldn't have to worry about tidying everything up, just close the doors! BHG
Repurposed Storage - legs removed from a drop leaf table, top cut in half and attached to the wall. On wall, repurposed crib springs used as a display.
Suzie: Chez Larsson - Clean, crisp office with ikea Expedit Bookcase in Glossy White, Ikea Vika ...
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.