Help! How can I clean up mess?

Any suggestions? Every night I need to set up and assemble my devices, then undo the 'stuff' to make the bed.
q help how can i clean up mess
  8 answers
  • Karen Brunck Karen Brunck on Jul 14, 2017
    Build or buy a rolling cart. Attach the extension outlet on the side, place stuff on it, then roll it out of your way without having to disconnect everything.

  • Holly Kinchlea-Brown Holly Kinchlea-Brown on Jul 14, 2017
    HAVE You got enough room to mount a shelf? You could have a shelf near a wall plug, mount the power bar underneath, or place a tray or basket (made diy of course) on the shelf to hide the power bar and devices

  • Janet Janet on Jul 14, 2017
    I have used empty paper towels rolls and I stuff the wires inside - I have also used empty toilet tissue rolls for keeping unused cord separated in a drawer

  • Dak25318560 Dak25318560 on Jul 14, 2017
    make or buy end table with or without wheels.
    then buy a surge protector box that plugs into your outlet [it also has USB ports where you can plug your cellphone & tablets into also] then run the cords behind your bed.

  • El Mcclintic El Mcclintic on Jul 14, 2017
    I use a ladder shelf to keep my wires out of the way with a command hook up on the side up above to hang the cPap hose on while I am sleeping. It also gives me a place to keep my distilled water handy on the bottom shelf. I put the nasal pillows in a pretty cloth box on the shelf.

  • I just drilled holes through the back of my nightstand and fed through to outlets. Placed a bin (my nightstand has a drawer on top and cabinet with adjustable shelf below), in the bottom portion and labled the cords. Now I just pull the bin out and plug in the devices . . . I leave the door open over night for air circulation.

  • Melissa Travis Thompson Melissa Travis Thompson on Jul 18, 2017
    Honey you need some help! That looks like a fire hazard. I like there ideas.

  • Julie Julie on Oct 23, 2017
    Not sure what type of decor you have (country, modern, traditional) but I'm into antiques. I have a good size bedroom with king bed so we purchased 2 smaller wooden writing tables with Queen Anne legs to use as nightstands. The tops of writing tables are larger than nightstands but not overwhelming especially with our king bed. The advantage to writing tables there may be drawers in it to place the nebulizer machine. If you can drill holes out the back you can run the electric cords through, a hole cut in the side that the neb tubing can go through. Place the "pipe" aka mouthpiece can lay on top of the table or as we do....under the pillow.

    The other idea is to build yourself a wooden tower with shelves. I've seen those as well. Good luck, hope you received an idea that will work for you!

    • Elli Grieco Elli Grieco on Oct 27, 2017
      Thank you for your suggestion. I appreciate the time you took, and will explore the possibilities to modify the nightstand!