It takes too long to find remote controls in their usual hiding spot between cushions on the sofa. If you're looking for a more convenient place to keep them, put a widemouthed vase or other good-looking container on your side table, and put all of your remotes inside.
People think they have to buy media furniture to house their electronics. Why not use a piece you already love instead? This vintage armoire was slightly remodeled by replacing the original shelving with compartments designed specifically for components and media storage.
When you’re under a table trying to sort out a tangle of cords, they often all look the same. Make finding the right one easy by creating labels from leftover bread-bag clips. Just write the name of each device on the unprinted side of a clip with a permanent marker, and attach the clip to the proper cord.
Two hinged boxes open up to reveal aningenious recharging hub. A power strip is anchored inside the bottom box with Velcro fasteners, and cords are threaded through grommets to the top box, where cord hooks hold each device in place. The box is left open when recharging to avoid heat buildup.
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