We spend a lot of time trying to hide cables and cords away, out of sight. But what are you supposed to do when there’s just no way to avoid having them visible? We say, embrace them! Check out these examples and get some ideas below.
An attractive way to organize your wires and cables replacing boring plastic ones; creation of Lufdesign.
A simple cable holder with an adhesive back that can easily stick anywhere. It can hold your USB cables, earphones or pen.
It has 10 reusable colored dotz that come with 24 ready to use icons and 12 do-it-yourself icons.
This set of 6 is made for computer organization and includes identifiers for: laptop, printer, monitor, lamp and speaker.
This comes in four different colors, made from weighted rubber, so they stay put on your desk. Its construction is similar to a coiled telephone wire and measures only 3.5 inches wide.
This organizer has two unique ways to keep your cables and looking neat and tidy.
The Picket Fence adapts to older homes and cleanly manages the electrical necessities of the occupants. The baseboards have a certain thickness to them, typically much thicker than an electrical cord. By sticking these pickets onto the baseboard, a space is created between the wall and the picket points.
We aren’t sure how this one fits in cable management system, but we didn’t want to miss it. Creation of designer Maisie Maud Broadhead, it’s a series of installations created with wire flex and cable fixings that incorporate the cable into the decor of a space.
A creative design that allows you wrap loose, unplugged cables around it.
A unique method to identify your cables and always find the right plug. And its ideal for those who have crowded multiple sockets with cables which are nearly identical and are not easy to find the right plug and which requires unplugging from time to time. It definitely helps in preventing unplugging the fridge instead of the toaster or the computer instead of the hair dryer. Its very easy to attach to cables, leads and plugs and can be written on with even a ballpoint pen.