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Old 09-06-2013, 02:36 PM - Thread Starter
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Built a new PC and went about finding wife friendly furniture to go with it in building a small master bedroom HT/gaming desk/Music listening station.

The glass and metal desk being used is floated in the middle of the reading/lounge area of the master bedroom so I am looking for ways to make the wiring look "cool" or at least under control as the floor is carpeted and on a concrete slab.

The colors are mostly white with a little black and the walls and carpet are also white.

I though about just tying up as much as I can and throwing it into some white corrugated plastic tubing and using white sleeved speaker wire for my monitors which will probably be in white as well.

Any ideas are welcome as some of the solutions I saw in other threads would not work for my color scheme or because I'm floating the desk in the middle of the room.
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Old 09-06-2013, 05:14 PM
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You need to hide a power cable, and an Ethernet cable, from the wall, to the middle of the room?

Desk is floating? Pretty cool. We were promised jet packs, good to see them finally delivering on something.

Diagram and/or pic may help.

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