We organized and tidied television cables in a living room.
The cables dangling beside a TV were an eyesore and a potential disaster (toddlers).
The cables on the ground also interfered with a robot vacuum cleaner. For more information, read this post.
We used an NG Sensible Solutions Cable Management System to organize and tidy up in five steps.
Here are the components of the Cable Management System:
Step 1: Mount the Power Strip
First, we put 15 Anchor Circles where we wanted to mount the power strip.
We placed 15 Anchor Circles on the back and side of the surge protector.
We folded the XL Holder onto the Anchor Circles
and put the power strip on the back of the television stand.
Step 2: Mount the Streaming Device and Guide its Cables
We put 6 Anchor Circles on the back of the streaming device
and put a Holder on it.
We spaced 6 Anchor Circles on the back of the television
and place the streaming device on them.
Next we guided and secured the HDMI cable,
the streaming device power cable,
and the ethernet cable from the router to the streaming device.
Step 3: Organize the Router Cables
We guided the router power cable to the power strip
and then organized the remaining ethernet cables.
Step 4: Organize Power Cable for Television and Cables for Soundbar
We guided the television power cable and plugged it into the power strip.
Then we placed 6 Anchor Circles on the soundbar power brick and put a Holder on it.
(CAUTION: The sticker peeled off the transformer a few days after being mounted. Put your Anchor Circles directly on the plastic to avoid this!)
We placed 6 Anchor Circles on the television stand, mounted the transformer, and guided its cables.
Then we organized the last soundbar cable.
Step 5: Organize the Coaxial Cable
We mounted the coaxial cable next to the transformer.
Bonus Step: Remote Control Organization
To further organize, tidy, and save space, we organized the remotes for the living room and hung from an end table using the NG Sensible Solutions Universal Remote Control Organizer.
Here is a view of the remotes from a seat on the couch
and from a loveseat in the living room.
For more information on how it was assembled, please visit our Universal Remote Control Organizer Walkthrough.
If you want one, visit here.
We organized the cables on the back of a television to get them off the ground and make it easier to clean and tidy a living room.
We also organized the remotes to organize and free up more space.
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