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Attention, Neat Freaks: A Clever Aha! Hack to Corral Your Cords

wkr-shp Wooden Cleat

We’re familiar with the impossibly cool clothing, lighting, and furniture designed by Los Angeles-based multi-disciplinary studio wrk-shp, as its founders have participated in our Remodelista Holiday Market before (see our stories about wrk-shp here and here). We somehow missed this design, though: a wooden cleat that can be used in a multitude of ways.

It can be used to secure a hanging light, as hooks to hang up coats or leashes, and—here’s what interests us most—as a tool to corral cords. What a genius idea! Have a look:

wkr-shp Wooden Cleat
Above: Here’s wkr-shp’s Wood Wall Cleat used for wire management. We love its Scandi good looks, but classic steel nautical cleats would work just as well. See Nautical Hardware: 7 Cleats for Home Use for some options.
wkr-shp Wooden Cleat
Above: Here’s the Wood Wall Cleat used as hooks. The design was inspired by dock cleats used to anchor boats.
wkr-shp Wooden Cleat
Above: And here they are used to hang a pendant light and concrete planters (both the light and the planters are wrk-shp designs). Each Wood Wall Cleat measures 6 inches long. Contact wrk-shp for pricing.

For more ways to use nautical cleats in the home, see:

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