We don't know about you, but we've spent many sleepless nights staring angrily at the relentless blink-blink-blinkity-blink of the lights on our Wi-Fi routers. We've covered them with pillows, shirts, frying pans... Too bad we need constant access to the Internet in order to stay alive (yes, we exaggerate — or do we?) or we'd ditch that ugly little box faster than you can say "Netflix binge." But now we've got an easy solution that makes router-related design problems disappear — literally.
You know how many people cut holes in old books so they could hide love notes and other important things inside? The Spring Collective's blog cleverly used the same method to store a router, and it only takes a few steps to make your own.
First, find an old book that matches your décor (a fabulous excuse to hit up some thrift shops and garage sales!), cut the pages out by slicing through the title and back pages, and slip your router between the covers. No one will ever know it's there! (Unless you point it out because you're proud of your work, in which case you'll get compliments on your cleverness. Win-win.)