38,401 organize cords Home Design Photos

Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Cole Street
Ideabooks52,824
Questions13
I know this is not so chic, but extremely useful, use bread plastic tabs to label cords so you know what goes where!
“office nook in clauset” — gkent23
Alan Design Studio
3 Reviews
Winnetka Residence
Ideabooks44,948
Questions14
cords are going down a hole
office organization
“Chair” — danapaige
Knight Architects LLC
16 Reviews
Classic Transformation
Ideabooks35,182
Questions14
wife requested a mudroom desk 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
“mudroom/ desk” — bhstewy
Tumbleweed Tiny House Company
The Gifford
Ideabooks2,725
Questions2
walk into tiny kitchen-water from hose, electricity from extension cord, propane for hot water, cooktop
Organized compact cabin kitchen. Magnet strip. Utilizes space above sink.
“magnetic knife hanger, pocket doors” — Kelle Carbone
Christopher Developments
5 Reviews
Anya Lane
Ideabooks5,748
Questions8
I like the ceiling and the lights on the side. A lip like this might give a way to hide cords and the projector
“like indirect lighting from ceiling edges. much better for media room” — texhesley
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks14,009
Questions15
I don't like the cords showing. What can be done?
its a small kitchen but has everything so organized
“Double ovens space” — Rosaura Aguerrebere
Tiffany Eastman Interiors, LLC
Greenwich Residence
Ideabooks75,138
Questions68
Organization of web site how do I get into the search engine?
Bathroom layout with separate vanity. Cords from small appliances won't catch on cabinet pulls or drawers.
“Master bath” — steele62
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Duchess Mansion
Ideabooks72
Questions0
livable and modern aesthetic. The home was completely gutted and reworked. All lighting and furnishings were custom designed for the project by Garret Cord Werner. The interior architecture was also completed by our firm to create interesting balance between old and new. Please note that due to the volume
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior
“trim door” — brutusola
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