I hate seeing lots of cables everywhere. In this post, I will list various options for managing and hiding cables.
Cord Covers / Cable Raceways
These are useful for hiding cables in a paintable conduit. The cable cover can be made of plastic or metal. Some have an adhesive backing and some you can screw to a wall. They come in various sizes and lengths and include various connectors. These are great for when you can’t hide cables behind or underneath something.
Cable ties are great for holding multiple cables together. Usually, once you pull to tighten the cable tie, you can’t release it.
If you need to release a cable tie, you can buy the releasable type.
Cable Tie Base Mount
Cable ties will bundle cables together, but oftentimes you’ll need to attach them to a wall or something. You can buy cable ties with a screw hole.
However, you may have a hard time finding these with releasable cable ties. In that case, you can buy the base mounts themselves and insert releasable cable ties in them, or just use a twistie tie.
Oftentimes, you’ll have an ugly power strip with a bunch of cables going to it. You can hide this ugliness in a cable box.
If you need to clip some cables in a removable way, cable clips with adhesive backing can help with that.