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Posed with the current challenge of maintaining a beautiful space without the mess of cords galore, several designers and manufacturers have stepped up to bat. In a special trend piece dedicated to the steadfast management of our rapidly-evolving collection of tech devices, we’re excited to highlight a little bit of everything, coming from savvy designers who “get it”.
Handmade using solid Walnut or Ash in Seattle, WA, the Ledge wall-mounted desk by urbancase is not only an easy way to convert your work station into an enclosed cabinet when not in use, it is also equipped with a hidden cord management system and a slot on top for easy phone or iPod charging. Recently it was nominated for the Treehugger Reader’s Choice Award for best furniture design since it can also be used as a space for turntables, as a TV stand for quaint floorplans, or even as a kitchen workspace.
Hate to break it to you, but the idea that a media cabinet can be a low-set cabinet or shelf on wheels is no longer the case. With the myriad of black boxes we accumulate with advancing technology, let’s face it: their cords have to go somewhere. To keep your space dignified, check out the Nora Home Theatre by Matthew Weatherly and Al Glass for BDI. With an open center speaker component, two side sections, and a flip-down door for hidden storage, the Nora helps to sort your electronics with grace.
A concealed storage compartment on the surface of the Block Desk adds to the already attention-grabbing angles of its legs below. Refined in its own incredibly smart way with a design that includes space for a power strip or excess cables and “push-to-open” slides on the drawers so no hardware can be seen, Commonhouse is credited with designing this ivy league desk in five wood finishes for anyone who can appreciate a credible disguise.