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5 Cord Organizers That You Need In Your Life

Here's how you can organize those crazy wires and cables at home

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Photography: Hans Fausto (Main Photo)

It's common to see wires and cables at home—after all, we don't just charge our gadgets, the appliances we depend on need these to function, too. If left as is, cords can instantly turn into an eyesore that can ruin the look of your space. Instead of leaving them tangled in a corner or using rubber bands to keep them in place, you may want to invest in a few trusty must-haves. Our picks below don't just get the job done, each can moonlight as part of your decor, too.

Rustic Leather Cord Holder

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These handmade organizers can be used for different sizes and styles of cables. Its raw style can give a corner a rustic upgrade, too.

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Available at @roseleathercraftsph on Instagram.

Clear Round Cord Clips

  

If you're a minimalist who would like to keep things simple and neat, clear cord clips are sure to be your best friends. You can place it near your bedside table so you can charge your phone or tablet easily. It can be installed using the adhesive at the back of each clip—you don't need to worry about drilling holes. 

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Clear Round Cord Clips, price available upon request, True Value

Cord Bundlers

Similar to the Clear Round Cord Clips, this must-haves already have adhesives at the back so installation can be done in seconds. It's perfect for organizing large wires and cables—use it when cleaning an office, a studio, or a workshop where bigger cables and extension cords are found.

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Cord bundlers, price available upon request, True Value

Velcro One Wrap Thin Ties

Those who have a ton of wires to organize can depend on Velcro's One Wrap Thin Ties. It's reusable and can be cut with scissors so you can have the right length you need. The One Wrap Thin Ties can be used to organize cords and wires outdoors, too.

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Velcro One Wrap Thin Ties, price available upon request, True Value

Mesh Drawer


Those who own a lot of chargers, extra cables, and extension cords can count on a mesh drawer to keep these in place. Having this in your utility room or even in one corner can make it easier for you to find what you need. Assign a drawer for your different belongings—the first one can be for gadgets, the other for cables, and the last drawer for wires you rarely use. Remember to keep this drawer organized—you can use the first four products to separate one cable from another. 

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Mesh Drawer, P5,995, True Value

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