How to hide your television and cable wires, an easy DIY.Friday, August 01, 2014
All right, so as I've mentioned a couple of times, my cool friend Janette contacted me in regards to messy, flailing in the wind television and cable wires, if I had that common, unfortunate problem. I don't know how she knew that I did, that getting those cleaned up and hidden were on my countdown-to-Sirens-back-to-work to-do list. She's been reading along here and when the PR team at Wiremold by Legrand asked if she knew anybody who could test out and review their In-Wall Cord & Cable Power Kit, she asked me.
The kit we received is intended for a simpler arrangement of television, table top boxes, and outlet. No worries, it just took us a bit more brain crunching, configuring, finagling, and one extra hole.
|I love each and every one of those Mike freckles.|
|Inside the top hole. See the window with no glass? See any insulation? Neat!|
|The hook piece for the fish line, broken off, sad.|
A very clever design on the back keeps it tight to the wall - when you tighten the screws, little flaps pivot to work as wall anchors.
Plug in the provided power cord, connect and re-place all your components, then kick back on the couch with a cold drink and enjoy your cable-free wall. Sweet, right?
And while I was not compensated, here is an affiliate link through Amazon (one of many places that carry it) to purchase the kit. Thanks!
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