Monday, February 21, 2011

Hiding Computer Wires

When you live in a really old house,
electrical outlets can be a problem

The first half of my house was the original house,
so there isn't anywhere to plug things in.

So when I'm not on the computer we have this..........




When I am working on the computer
we have this..........

and this........


And this...........
 And I know this is not 
OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) 
Approved!!


I have almost taken out my computer few times!!!



Oh and on a side note........
I know......... he's iron, and weighs a ton!
Cutest pig EVER!



Back to my post........


Hobby Lobby 50% off!!!

Taaaa Daaaa!




Add some spring cuteness!!



And there you have it!
Hidden computer cords!

I wonder how long before Tim the cat tears that apart.....




Being the "green", Tree Hugger, Earth Muffin 
that I am!
This is what I use at the grocery store.


Waste Management..........classy!!

Next time baskets are 50% off 
I'm gettin me another one!

How cute would that basket, bag be over my shoulder!??
I'll have fresh flowers hanging out of it when I shop!

How New Yorkie, France, Italy of me!



Green bag has gotta go!

Carry on!
Thanks for stopping by!


34 comments:

  1. You need a good electrician to put in some new outlets for you. LOL!! I used to have this problem in my house in St. Pete. Don't you just hate that? However, very cute way of hiding the cords. Yes, I think you need a cute bag to!

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  2. I love your cute idea of hiding the cords! I really love your kitchen too!

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  3. Too funny! Loved this post and the basket! Great solution and very French of you, haha!
    This would be great to take to the Farmer's Market!
    Tres chic! :) ~M

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  4. That is such a cute basket. I love the tulips too. I'm in the same boat--my cat would not be able to stay away from that! :)

    Have a great day.
    Pam

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  5. I'm a 'cord hater' too....it's a huge pet peeve of mine. Love the natural touch you've used to hide yours :) I'm also a basket addict so I'm lovin' that basket.

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  6. Hi,
    Coming to you from the blog hop, what a fantastic idea ti hide the wires! the basket and flowers look so casual and fit in with your beautiful looking home. If you have a few spare minutes please pop by and say Hi.
    Helen x
    http://acraftykindoftruffle.blogspot.com

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  7. What a brilliant idea! I've got an old house too with the same cord issues.... ugh! But am loving your answer for it, especially with the flowers. Problem solved and it looks good too!

    xoxo,
    Ellen

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  8. Hi Jane! You are truly the smartest one! Love your idea and love that you're a hoot! :)
    Thanks for popping in to see me. Oh, I have the Blue too!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  9. Hi, I'm stopping by from "I Love My Blogfriends". What a cute idea for hiding your cords, I never would've thought to do that!

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  10. So cute. The basket looks fabulous. I love it. A very clever idea. Hugs, Marty

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  11. It that isn't the cutest idea to hide cords! Love the basket and the flowers were the perfect finishing touch!!
    Jane

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  12. Jane, I sure love this basket hide away for your cords. Such a sweet solution. I was admiring your pretty kitchen as well. :) Looks like such a great space!

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  13. What a good idea. I can tell that you are a clever gal! Plus, I'm your newest follower!

    Miranda
    www.justdrinkacoke.blogspot.com

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  14. Very clever! I have one of those old houses, thanks for the idea

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  15. I love your house!! We live in an old house and don't have sockets in all the rooms. Wires everywhere here too!!

    Found you on Tuesday blog hop.
    CJ xx

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  16. Lovely cottage! and clever ideas! Thanks for participating in our "Show Off Your Cottage Monday" and bringing us here! I shall be back! And nice meeting you!

    Cielo

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  17. love your blog! became your newest follower :)
    great idea with the cords!
    have a wonderful day
    hanlie

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  18. Cute basket! I know how hard it is to get new outlets in an older home. I'm a new follower also....love your humor! hugs, Linda

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  19. That is so awesome I hate wires and I have them everywhere!
    I am a new visitor and follower from I love my online friends.
    I hope you have a nice week..
    love your photos too!

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  20. I was laughing so hard at this Jane because it is so me...We have a giant orange extension cord going from our living room to our pellet stove in the kitchen. The outlet is in the floor so we all continually trip on it and stub our toes...Great call with the basket....

    Take care,
    Lisa

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  21. Thanks for the follow, I'm following back. This post made me chuckle :) I could just hear the ragtime music playing while I saw the picture timeline you provided hehe. Great idea to a common problem.

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  22. I loved how you solved your cord problem! Super cute! Your kitchen is soo pretty!

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  23. Great idea, Jane, and love your kitchen! We need to move our laptops out of our kitchen and into the family room/play room once my mom moves out and into her new home next weekend... can't wait!
    Have a great day!
    xo,
    Jo :)

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  24. Great idea, it looks so cute! I did something similar with a wicker wastebasket; cut the bottom out and put it over a floor outlet where my computer is...

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  25. I want that pig! So cute... and the solution for unsightly cords is brilliant:)

    Thank you for stopping by my blog earlier:) Keep in touch! xo

    -Nicole

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  26. I hate any kind of wires showing! Great solution!
    Theresa
    aka:tot

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  27. Lovey blog!Great idea to a common problem.

    http://service.ztronics.com/hp-laptop-repair.html

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  28. Electrical wires can be a lot more trouble some when not handled properly, they are to be adjusted in a way that they don't prove risky to the house-owners. BTW nice house.

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  29. Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your view with us.

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