Plenty of homes have tangled nests of power cords just waiting to catch flame. To combat this domestic blight, Laura Kampf crafted a simple projector cabinet that both obscures cords and looks plain awesome.
Kampf, whose creation began as a rough sketch, starts with the basics -- she measures, cuts and sizes the lumber as she whittles it down to the correct shape. She also superglues the nails together so that the projector, labelled "Beamer", could be securely attached to the cabinet.
As a result, when the cabinet door is open and closed, the projector doesn't shift:
The bottom has an opening for the HDMI cables and cords, all neatly collected and tightly fastened:
Now, if only Kampf would make one for us so we don't risk losing a finger.