Any ideas on how to hide these ugly wires??

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q any ideas on how to hide these ugly wires
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 19, 2017
    There are boxes available to hide wires at Home Depot in the electrical aisle

  • Nancylynn Nancylynn on May 19, 2017
    You can find many products to camouflage cords online. If you have a nice cabine, or even a large decorative basket, you can set it in front of the wires and not have to see the cords. I would use zip ties to pull them neatly together first.

  • Vivian Vivian on May 20, 2017
    Bundle them together and wrap them with yarn or twine then loop over a pretty hook on the wall.

  • Lynne Forrestal Lynne Forrestal on May 20, 2017
    bundle as best you can with zip ties... and buy or make a box. / crate to site with the open TOP opening towards the wall with the bottom of the box, outwards it will hide the wires. I would paint and stencil the bottom of the box, so it's a decorative piece. Or even get a picture in a frame and lean it up in front of the wires.

  • Lynne Forrestal Lynne Forrestal on May 20, 2017
    Im making a wooden breadbox into a charging startion, you could do that, and put the uverse box etc inside it ( possibly)

  • Florent Florent on May 21, 2017
    You can use a garden pot : put all the cables inside and then put some artificial plants in it. Just choose a pot big enough. Or you can also tress cable together... Plenty of solution depending on the room it will take place...

  • Cheryl Cheryl on May 21, 2017
    I am not sure if that is a floor or counter that your equipment is sitting on but I see you have fruit/ plant wall background and one of your cords is green. One thought would be to get some florist green tape and wrap your cords with that. Put some 3M hooks on the wall and hang them like a vine. add a few silk leaves and possibly make it look like a grape vine. All this should be inexpensive, blend in with your wall and easily removable. It wont take up as much space as a box or planter and would only need a periodic dusting.

  • Lamar Havard Lamar Havard on May 23, 2017
    Cut a length of old garden hose, paint it with vinyl spray paint of your choice and push the wires into it through the split.