A Clever Way to Hide Clutter: Behind Fake Books! | Martha Stewart Living - Are you looking for a way to hide wires, a router, or maybe your remotes? Hide your clutter in plain sight behind these DIY fake books. Even better, they are easy (and inexpensive!) to make.
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Wifi is to be used--tirelessly and shamefully, yes--but never to be seen. At least in my opinion. If you too are in the eye-sore-hating business, I may just be your new best friend. You can use a document box (or cut out an old book) to hide that ungodly router. Game-changer. All you have to do is cut a nifty little hole through the back, through which you'll feed the cords, and ta-da! Never to be seen again. Doing Jesus's work here. Happy hiding, FKJ