How To Hide Household Eyesores
It doesn’t matter if you are home owner or a renter; you always want your home to look perfect. This is why we spend so much of our time reading designer magazines or watching interior design TV shows in search of idea that will look great in our home. Isn’t it great to find some amazing idea and then transform it into a reality? It is even better feeling when you manage to do it cheaper than you thought it was possible. Have you noticed that interior design magazines don’t cover things you hate the most and you desperately want to change? In every house there is couple of things, household eyesores,that are not serious decoration problem but which really get on your nerves. They are poking you in the eye every time you enter that room.
Magazines or TV shows will show you how to change colour themes in your home in a way that will leave you breathless, but they are no help when it comes to dealing with pesky power strips and wires. Isn’t it terrible how they are impossible to simply hide them from the view? Interestingly this is not that hard to do as you may think. You can solve this eyesore in a blink of an eye with the help of fashionable, decorative box and a little creativity. Cut the bottoms out of decorative box and then cut notches into trims. Now place box over power strips, fitting cords into notches. Just make sure that you choose a box that can be also used like a great decoration bonus in that room. You don’t want to choose a box that will be a horrible fit and then turn into another eyesore. In this clever and helpful infographic you will discover how to hide irritating eyesores in your home.
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