How to hide this chords without making a hole on my wall

I hate to see the TV chords hanging from my TV.
q how to hide this chords without making a hole on my wall, home decor, home decor dilemma
  8 answers
  • Rachael McIntosh Rachael McIntosh on Mar 21, 2016
    You could always add a piece of moulding to creat a channel along the outside of your fireplace surround.

  • Dfm Dfm on Mar 21, 2016
    short extension cords so the power strip is on the floor. put 2 pieces of of 1x something board at right angles glue/ bracket/or screw together. use a notch at the base of one side for power cords to plug into power strip.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 21, 2016
    If you have a Home Depot where you are located they sell vinyl slats to cover wires in the Electrical dept.

  • Linda Linda on Mar 21, 2016
    Cover with a lamp cord fabric cover. They make them in silk like fabric in all sorts of colors.

  • Phil a Phil a on Mar 21, 2016
    As a handyman, I hang many HDTV's and hide many cables, usually in wall. Fireplaces are some of the hardest to work with to hide cables... Note: If you use your fireplace, the heat is NOT good for the life of the HDTV... The vinyl hide-a-cord wire-ways are a viable solution and do look better than the visible cords. Ensure the cables are long enough in one run to fit inside cleanly. There is usually not enough room for plug ends or extension cord ends inside the wire-way. If you have to use extension power cords, use the single outlet inline extension cords as they are much smaller than the multi outlet extension cords and are easier to hide. Another solution is to build an "L" or "U" shaped box, painted to match the wall and/or the fireplace, that rests vertically where the cables hang down. It doesn't need to be very large and can be held in place by some peel-n-stick Velcro buttons. If it's an "obvious" element next to your fireplace, you might want to make a similar one for the opposite side to provide symmetry. You can make a similar box that can sit on top of the mantel to hide the cables from the tv to the corner of the mantel. If you paint the cables to match the wall and/or the mantel, they will also become less noticeable, especially at the corner where the cables "make the turn". Please respond with the solution you use and show some photos. I'm always looking for good ideas.

  • Cindy Brooks Cindy Brooks on Mar 22, 2016
    Hide it with a large potted plant (ficus?)

  • Snooks1948 Snooks1948 on Mar 22, 2016
    Buy one Long White Extension Cord, Run it up the wall as close to the fire place as you can get it Staple it to the wall with White staples, put all cords behind the TV.

  • Amy Bayaton Rondina Amy Bayaton Rondina on Mar 22, 2016
    Thank you all for all your answers. I will post pics once done.I appreciate your replies.