10,516 electronic cord Home Design Photos

Jessica Bennett Interiors
5 Reviews
Newport Beach Project
Ideabooks1,219
Questions3
Storage unit for small electronics and cords
“i like the way the photos are framed” — owl57
Scheer & Co.
1 Review
Workspace
Ideabooks3,897
Questions3
I hate wires and cords showing. Hope to use these ideas ivy new home.
I like how the cords are tucked under the table
cords hidden underneath the desk - for the phone desk?
Pull electric cords together with Velcro and run f Down table leg
Bundle cords together with Velcro, attach power strip to bottom of desk to keep all cords invisible.
Hiding cords - undermount power bars and use ties
Clean up the mess under a desk by bundling the cords together with a wire wrap and strapping it with Velcro to the inside of a table leg. From the front and side, the wires won't be visible. From there, you can run the cords from the bottom of the table leg to a power strip, using more
The desk spans the back wall, with all computer cords and components mounted to the underside.
“the clock” — Tobbi Oakenfull
Dan Waibel Designer Builder
8 Reviews
Theater Room
Ideabooks11,311
Questions4
Hidden in wall poster for electronics for theater
Cover electronics area with framed art
dvd and electronic storage
Hidden electronic...hidden electronics
“Framed art covers av equipment” — aiforsythe
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
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Knight Architects LLC
15 Reviews
Classic Transformation
Ideabooks37,606
Questions16
Mud room has a built in shelf above the desk for charging electronics. Slate floor. Cubbies for storage.
Love the small area for electronics
as a landing strip for mail and paperwork. The counter is cherry with a dark stain. A charging station overhead hides cords and provides space for juicing up phones and other electronic accessories. The hardworking room has openings to the garage, the main house and a walk-in closet.
“Mudroom” — juliette477
Tim Kriebel - KRIEBELDESIGN
1 Review
Custom Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks45,536
Questions12
How it opens to electronics kid friendly
Counter for electronics for everyday use
Appliance storage. This is an appliance garage on a grand scale. Anything that keeps you from having to haul appliances out and then wind up their cords and put them away again makes it easier to keep the kitchen clean. And why stop at using doors for appliance garages ...
Appliance storage. This is an appliance garage on a grand scale. Anything that keeps you from having to haul appliances out and then wind up their cords and put them away again makes it easier to keep the kitchen clean. And why stop at using doors for appliance garages ...
“Like the design of this appliance area.” — Ruth Gugliuzza
Jennifer Weiss Architecture
Moraga Residence
Ideabooks75,505
Questions16
Uses wall space well. Charging station for those all-important electronics.
Get charged up. Electronics are just a fact of life. Embrace cord management with a good-looking charging station right in the entry. This works particularly well for townhouses or lofts with
Having a space for the family's electronic accessories is another great addition to the entry. Today, almost everyone has a cellphone, computer, music player or other chargeable device, and
This isn't a charging station, but it certainly could be with the addition of a power strip. Right by the front door is a very handy spot for your electronic necessaries. The recessed niche makes things look much tidier than if they were all sitting on top of a shelf. I like that this niche looks like
“Great foyer table” — bgrayusa
Domicile Interior Design
1 Review
Domicile id
Ideabooks38,761
Questions24
To hide your cords: Drill a small hole in the top of the desk where you want your cords to come out. Run the cords through the hole, securing the cords to the underside of the desk and the leg of the table with something
of layout in my new home office but will need to put a desktop computer on the white desk. Need a suggestion for what to do with all the electrical cords.
something like a white duct tape or a tie-wrap. You can then make a hole in your area rug to run the cords under the rug to an outlet .I did this in my home office and it worked like a dream. My old house had an outlet in the floor, but I don't know if that is code in new homes or just a mod the former owner
storage product -- to help eliminate excessive cord length. But, it has the potential to do so much more! Store cords easily and eliminate excessive cord length, and more importantly potential safety hazards, with the new Cordini. Using the Cordini can help prevent accidents, eliminate trip hazards and keep
“love the lamps and that beautiful wall piece!!” — jaynes
Llama Property Developments
1 Review
Beautiful Mountain Retreat
Ideabooks661
Questions3
wrapping twine around an existing pendant cord, or have a lamp shop or an electrician run coated wire through a length of rope
you can achieve a similar look by wrapping twine around an existing pendant cord, or have a lamp shop or an electrician run coated wire through a length of rope.
kitchen, offering a casual counterpoint to the room’s crisp lines. Again, you can achieve a similar look by wrapping twine around an existing pendant cord, or have a lamp shop or an electrician run coated wire through a length of rope. More: Guest Picks: Get Roped In
“Lights” — lcb248
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