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Best way to hide cables

Posted by woostersoz (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 12, 09 at 11:00

I have my entire home entertainment system set up in my living room.. However, i am planning to move all of the A/V equipment to an adjoining room.

What is the best way for me to run the wires between the two rooms ? I prefer to not run all the wires behind the walls so that future changes/upgrades don't become a complete pain...

We have an Arts & Crafts theme at home so maybe use some panelling/wall molding to hide the wires ?

Would be great to hear your thoughts - thanks


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RE: Best way to hide cables

I've run molding behind built-up baseboards. Not my favorite, but it worked with the style of trim in the house.

I and have also run it down through the floor, then underneath the floor in the joist bay, and then back up again into the other room.


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