Running TV cords behind the wall is the cleanest solution for hiding them, and much easier than you think. Start by cutting a hole in the drywall behind your TV and another one behind your
Hiding TV Wires And Cables . Perhaps the biggest frustration with TV's is the mess the connecting cables can create. There are honestly few things worse than mounting a TV on a wall just to leave a bundle of cables dangling down to the power socket and to your AV equipment.
This guide will show you how to hide TV wires without cutting the wall by using a cord cover. If you'd prefer to hide TV wires behind the wall, this guide and video will walk you through every step of the process.
Wiremold has been around for years - although some electricans do use it in special situations, it is really intended for the homeowner to hide and mount cables on the wall (as opposed to in the wall like an electrician would) at a low cost for neatness (see my photo).
Hide your cables in a box. Place a decorative box on a shelf just under the cables. Gather the cables together and close the box to hide them. You can also cut a small hole in either side of the box and feed the cables through this hole to the wall outlet to conceal them.
The only real solution to hide electrical wires on the outside of a wall is to incorporate some type of cable management system in the form of a cable or a wire raceway. 1 Locate the type of