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Use a Magazine Holder to hide your Wireless Router - it saves space, clears up desk clutter, and is open in back to allow airflow.

Modem and Router Disguise. Place your router and cable modem vertically in the box to conceal your gadgets in one neat space and make the perfect desk view.

How to hide the ugly wireless modem and chords, brilliant-Stealthy & Stylish Tech Disguises Roundup | Apartment Therapy

Stealthy & Stylish Tech Disguises — Roundup

Stealthy & Stylish Tech Disguises - how to hide a wireless router (or anything) in decorative boxes.

organize cords: attach a binder clip with a washer and screw and run cords through

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 with.

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so brilliant.While I hate to destroy a book, I thinkdislike looking at my router more. How To Make a Book Cover Disguise For Your Wireless Router

Hide modem in old book cover. Perfect solution for vintage interior. 30 genialnych tricków na utrzymanie porządku w mieszkaniu – Demotywatory.pl

Hide router in a hollowed out old book. I may utilize this idea in my future office.

How to hide household eyesores -- breaker boxes, electronics + chargers, and more. Tips from @Remodelaholic #spon #clutter #decorating

How to Hide Household Eyesores + Clutter

Especially love the galleries and rustic organizers to make the Century clutter blend into a homey atmosphere. How to Hide Household Eyesores + Clutter

DIY: Organize Your Closet - the experts give their tips, but first you have to get rid of what you don't use! You can do this!!!

How to Organize Your Tiny Closet Like an Expert

The Experts Spill Their Tips For A Clean, Well-Organized Closet. There’s little point in owning the latest bag or dress if you can’t find it in your closet when you’re getting dressed. A clean, well-organized wardrobe—instead of a confusing, via