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Scheer & Co.
Workspace
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I hate wires and cords showing. Hope to use these ideas ivy new home.
Bundle cords together with Velcro, attach power strip to bottom of desk to keep all cords invisible.
organize cords with holes in desk, plugs off floor, label cords with mashkng tape, bundle
Mount power strips under or behind the desk
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 Velcro to keep them together
Or follow Houzz contributor Killy Sheer's lead by mounting power strips and cables under the desk with zip ties and eye hooks. They're not visible from above, and you'll never again get your feet caught up in wayward cords.
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Annette English
Craftsman Charm
Ideabooks1,905
Questions5
Have power cords for electrical toys, cellphones etc.
Drawer space, closet space, fresh towels, power cord, lamp
The note about making sure there is a power source for recharging
add a power strip to the room for charging
guest room…add a power strip for charging phones
is really a nice addition. When you’re expecting guests, tuck a power strip nearby for charging — you don’t want their phones, Kindles, laptops etc. junking up other spots in the house.
have a nice chair for lounging. provide a power strip for charging things in one place
addition. When you’re expecting guests, tuck a power strip nearby for charging — you don’t want their phones, Kindles, laptops etc. junking up other spots in the house.
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Phase II, Inc.
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Garage
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Pull-down power cords
Extension cord in ceiling
Extension cord...Power cords...Extension cords
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Parks Residence
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with the power cord. If you’re placing the pot in stones or gravel, create a space between the rocks so the pot isn’t sitting directly on the cord, then cover it with the rest of your rocks or gravel. If the pot will sit on a solid surface, consider a vessel with feet or add a stand so the cord doesn’t
with the power cord. If you’re placing the pot in stones or gravel, create a space between the rocks so the pot isn’t sitting directly on the cord, then cover it with the rest of your rocks or gravel.If the pot will sit on a solid surface, consider a vessel with feet or add a stand so the cord doesn’t
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Robert Nebolon Architects
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San Francisco Floating House
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twisted fabric covered power cord, dark-colored switched
fabric wrapped cords with galv. plumbing
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TerraCotta Properties
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Clairemont Whole House Renovation
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mind. what is the price and is it available in Houston? Also, am I right in understanding that there's a cut out in one of the drawers for electric cords?
want to and you’re doing an extensive remodel or build. “Find a similar vintage piece, have marble tops installed and hire an electrician to run a power cord through the back so you can keep the hair dryer handy,” she says. Design: TerraCotta Properties; custom millwork: Rick Greenwalt &
want to and you’re doing an extensive remodel or build. “Find a similar vintage piece, have marble tops installed and hire an electrician to run a power cord through the back so you can keep the hair dryer handy,” she says. Design: TerraCotta Properties; custom millwork: Rick Greenwalt & Sons
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Susan Diana Harris Interior Design
1 Review
Living Room
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housed the components and their cables with a power strip inside. It is ideal to have no more than one power cord emerging from your cabinet. Tip: If you cannot install a floor-mounted electrical outlet, then use the best cable cover you can get to hide the cord and make it lie flat on the floor as it runs
runs to your wall outlet. Remember you are using a power strip inside your cabinet so you only have to hide one cord. I'll say more about this later.
“Tv stand” — Tiffany Interiors
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks7,427
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Use a power strip inside the cabinet so all cables and cords are contained inside the cabinet. You will then only need to deal with a single power cord emerging from the cabinet. The cabinet in this photo fits the bill. Beautiful on all sides and plenty of room for components, cables, a power strip
strip and cords. By keeping it no taller than is necessary it defines the TV and dining areas without dividing the room. Tip: Floor-mounted electrical outlets are your friend. If you are installing a new outlet, place it right under the cabinet, and allow space under the cabinet for the plugs because they
“Tv placement” — Tiffany Interiors
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