Friday, August 14, 2015

Organizing Electrical Cords

Hide Messy, Unsightly Cords

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Plain ugly to look at. Organize it in  flash. (Photo Credits)

Messy cords are not just unsightly, they also pose dangers to adults, moreso for young kids.

There are many ways to organize these otherwise unsightly electrical wires. Today.com shared in its website various ways to keep those wriggly wires from posing danger and making a house look unkempt. Electricians

“That unsightly knot of electric cords can really mess with the vibe of a room. But no longer.” Watch the video here.

Hide it in an instant.

One Good Thing by Jillee.com also shared some tricks in hiding those wires – all in under five minutes! “There’s nothing like an ugly cord(s) to mess up an otherwise beautiful home decor! Unfortunately, being “plugged in” is a necessarily evil in this modern world we live in, but that doesn’t mean we have to be uncivilized about it.”

Check out the step-by-step instructions here.

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Build Safe. Website Architecture and Design.net meantime came up with tips on how to level up the classiness of your home electrical wirings as against it contributing to the mess in the home.

“All the cables and the cords from things like the computer, the lamps, the TV, etc are seen as an inconvenience and we often try to hide them. There are even lots of accessories to help us do that and we’re also showed you plenty of DIY projects designed to help you do the same thing. But why hide the cables when you can turn them into wall art?”

Check out the many ways here.

There are a lot of solutions out there to make home wirings organized. What are you most interested at?

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