Thursday, August 14, 2008

Hiding The Ugly

Yesterday I gave you a little look at my bedroom. There is something else I want to share with you. I hate wires. Be telephone wires, computer wires, clock wires...I do not like wires, I just think they are ugly. So I decided to hit the thrift shop for a solution. A basket. I put those ugly old wires in that basket and shoved them out of sight. Take a look. Do you like? Do you see them? No you don't. Sometimes I like those fast, easy to fix problems. The ones that don't have to go on that Honey-Will-You-Bless-Me list.


Melissa said...

What a clever idea! I love it, but I may need to get a basket the size of a hot air balloon gondola to fit all the ugly cords we have! LOL! Happy Day!

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Miss Pink Slippers!

NOw aren't you one clever gal?! What a clever idea and it looks pretty to under your sweet bedskirt!

Have a wonderful day and see you on PINK will take all week to get to everyone!


miss gracies house said...

Yes, I always try to hide all sighns of modern contraptions! good idea! I love your bedroom-it is soo pretty-I especially love the additon of the crib-just where those precious babies belong! I enjoyed browsing and catching up!
Have a good day-

Virginia said...

I agree with you, I hate them too. Very clever idea. I also hate electric outlets. Don't you?

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Very clever solution!

Wanita said...

That's a great solution for hiding all the wires. I might have to follow your example and find a basket to hide the wires in my office.

Thanks for sharing your clever idea.

Kathy said...

What a great solution to a very annoying problem! I hate exposed wires too. I'll have to go basket shopping now!

ceekay said...

Great idea. I would do that under my computer but my hubbys legs are too long! I hate those cords.

Jessica said...

This is one of those tips that actually will work!

Mam said...

It's a wonderful solution! I HATE wires, too. I'm always trying to arrange furniture and plants strategically to cover outlets and wires.