How To Hide Your Household Eyesores

Posted on Mar 18 2015 - 7:02am by Alexandra Ashton

No matter how hard you try to make your home stylish and fashionably there are always some things that do not fit into the overall design. Many people think that these problems are difficult to resolve whether it is annoying cable that you never manage to hide completely, the refrigerator that is never in the colour you want or router with its annoying lights that are constantly flashing. In most interior design magazines these problems are not even mentioned, although most people have to deal with them. Fortunately in this interesting infographic you will find simple solutions for these basic household eyesores.

You do not have to worry that these design ventures will empty your bank account, not only they are simple but they are also not too expensive. You will need to invest some of your time and effort but as a result you will get beautifully decorated house without those annoying household eyesores. Easy and simple way to hide your power strips and wires is boxing them up. Buy decorative boxes and cut the bottoms out and cut notches into trims. Place boxes over power strips and fit cords into notches but be careful not to box up any devices that heat up when powered or require a fan.

These household eyesores don’t need to be such a big problem as everyone thinks. You just have to be creative and you’ll easily turn a problem into a delightful addition to your home. One cute and stylish idea is to replace ugly shower rings with bows. Not only that this is extremely cheap but this will change the entire style of your bathroom. Choose ribbons that will go well with the rest of your bathroom and you can’t go wrong. If you are tired of these household eyesores read this useful infographic for more great tips that will help you transform your house.

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About the Author
Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.