The homemade trick to hide electronic devices at home

Have you heard of visual noise? It is defined as «everything that is annoying or unpleasant from an aesthetic point of view.» Simply put, it is that feeling of overwhelm or rejection that we perceive when we see an overloaded space. Visual noise not only influences the aesthetics of the home, but also greatly affects well-being.

If you want your home to be a place where you really feel comfortable, you will surely be interested in knowing this simple trick to hide electrical appliances. The user @josemariams has shared it on TikTok, the trending social network of the moment, and it is very easy to put into practice.

How to hide electronic devices at home?

If, for example, you have a Play Station on the furniture in the living room and it breaks the harmony of the space, you can put it into practice. You’re going to need the box with lid in natural color «Smarra» for sale at Ikea. It measures 30x30x10 centimeters and is priced at 12 euros.

Once you have the box, what you should do is the following:

  1. Insert the Play Station and mark the areas to be cut with a pencil.
  2. Cut off the excess edge so that the cables for the game console exit out the back of the case.
  3. Put the lid on, and you’re done!
  4. As you can see in the video, the result is fantastic.

For the ventilation of the Play Station, something essential so that the game console does not get damaged, do not worry, because the box is made of mesh. As you can see, saying goodbye to visual noise in the living room couldn’t be easier.

This is something you can do with any electronic device you have at home. In the market you can also find boxes specially designed for the storage of power strips.

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How to avoid visual noise?

In addition to putting this trick into practice, there are a number of other things you can do to avoid visual noise. The first and most important thing is to get rid of all those objects that bother you in sight and you don’t need. Say goodbye to accumulation!

Avoid overloading storage spaces, especially if they are in plain sight. Do not use 100% of the available space, and try to always leave a free part. Remember: less is more.

And finally, find balance in decoration. Do not use too many decorative elements to avoid excesses. Keep walls and surfaces as clear as possible.