Brilliant Ways to Hide Wires in a Room Without Going Into the Walls
Whether you are setting up a tv, a home office, or a game room, you will face the obstacle of ugly and tangled cables. Luckily for you, we've rounded up everything you need to know about hiding cables with some creative tricks.
To properly implement your favorite home office ideas, you'll want to keep the space from looking cluttered by moving all cables away from lamps or printers.
If you need some small space decorating ideas to prevent cords from narrowing an already small room, try hiding them behind a stylish bookcase or use jute rope to cover an extension cord for a neutral look.
There are also several ways to cover these bulky modems and routers, such as hiding them inside book covers or a tissue basket. Your favorite cozy living room ideas will come off without a hitch after applying a few of these tricks.
Whether you're looking for a DIY solution or something you can buy, these ideas are sure to answer your questions about how to neatly hide cables.
Carpet and skirting
Before investing in any product, if there is a room, you can hook the speaker wire between the carpet and the baseboard in a room with wall-to-wall carpeting. To do this, you can simply use a ruler or stick to remove the paint and force the wire out of sight.
Install plastic tracks
If you can't hide low-voltage wires under rugs and behind furniture, try using plastic channels in conjunction with the finish. You will find them in a variety of shapes and sizes to match the length and width of your strands. You can paint the track to match the wall or finish.
Invisible Wire Clips
To hide the wire around a door, make your own wire ties from a clear plastic soda bottle. To do this, simply cut the bottle into 1-1 / 2 x 1 inch. strips, then loosen the edge with a small pry bar, wrap the plastic around the wire and slide it between the wall and the edge.
Run the ghost wire along the wall
Sewell Direct offers "Ghost Wire" which is a spool of 16 AWG speaker wire, the width, and thickness of a ribbon. It has a strong adhesive on one side so it can be easily applied along walls, floors, and carpets.
This invisible wire solution is a low-cost, non-invasive alternative to drilling holes in the wall. Check the Sewell Direct guide, which covers the phantom wire, super flat adhesive speaker wire, and a phantom wire terminal block.
Hide cables inside a shower curtain rod cover
If you're wall-mounting your TV and don't want to run cables inside the wall, you can hide the mess with a shower curtain rod cover.
You'll want to lightly sand the deck and then paint it the same color as the wall. Fresh Crush has DIY steps.
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