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Electronics 09.12.14

How to Hide the Cable Box

Our cabin was designed to have the TV on the mantel in the living room. {not designed by me} We've lived here 8 years and I'm working on embracing the idea of the TV on the mantel, but I will not embrace the cable box sitting next to it.

What to do?? Put it in a box. A decorative box. One I made just to fit. With scrap wood trims on the front.

Time: 6 Hours Cost: $5.00 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://countrydesignstyle.com/2013/04/19/hide-the-cable-box/

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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY
    How clever!
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  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly
    I'm all for hiding ugly electronics (the hubs likes to look at his speakers)!!
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  • Jeanette Country Design Style
    Lol! my guy is not to happy about having to open the little magnetic door...but he will adjust. Just as he's adjusted to all the other design ideas I have.
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  • The Space Between
    The Space Between Key West, FL
    Sooooo smart!
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  • Niomi S
    Niomi S Layton, UT
    I hide wires with floral swags, planters. Boxes so thin they cover everything but the sensors
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  • Sharon @ mrs. hines class
    LOVE this idea!
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Jeanette Country Design Style

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