We all face the tiny problem of disorganized, tangled cords, whether we are talking about headphone wires, gadget chargers or power plugs. And that is why we all need a solution of how to keep them organized and untangled. There are many possible ways of how to declutter them and hide them, but sometimes there are cases where they cannot be hide and need to lie on the floor again. So, in these cases, it is better to have them decorated in some way instead of leaving them plain. Today, we are bringing to you several Creative DIY Cord Covers that can be your inspiration of how to cover all those cords around your house.
These cord covers can be whipped up in no time and they won’t cost you much. They are the perfect solution for making the cords look a way cuter as well as untangled. Check them out and choose which one you will try to copy.
Friendship Bracelet Cord Cover
You have probably done a friendship bracelet as a kid, so you may try the same technique to cover the cords and thus make them look less boring.
DIY Sculptural Braided Extension Cords
If the desk in your home office is pretty far away from the outlet, you will for sure need extension cords. Make them look better by covering them with colorful yarn strings and then braiding them together.
DIY Rope Cord Cover
Besides yarn, you can use rope to cover the plain cords. Here is how you should do it.
DIY Neon Wrapped Lamp Cord
The lamp cord can be also beautified. Get some nylon twine in some eye-catching color, for instance a neon one.
Rubberband Looming For The Earphone Cord
Tangled earphone cords can be quite of a nightmare too, so you definitely need a solution for this. So, how about you jazz them up with some rubber bands.
Decorate Earphone Cords With Perler Beads
Or if you are not fan of rubberband looming, then you can untangle the earphone cords with some perler beads.
DIY Washi Tape Computer Cord
Another super easy way to decorate the computer cord is with some washi tape. Get several tapes in different colors and patterns and make the computer cord look less boring.
No Sew Ruffled Electrical Cord Cover
You can also use some fabric to hide the electrical cords.
DIY Beaded Extension Cord
And here is one more way of how to beautify an extension cord by adding some wooden beads.
DIY Suede Cord Cover
You can also use some suede string as a cord cover.
DIY Braided Cord Cover
And this last tutorial can be your guide of how to do some braided cord cover.
So, how would you choose to cover all those cords in your home? Tell us in the comments and don’t forget to stay up to date with our content to find many other DIY projects that you can do in your free time.