These products can help conceal your surround-sound speaker wiring if you can't go behind walls, under floors or above ceilings.
Foam Crown Molding
Wiremold CornerMate Cord Organizer
CableOrganizer Corner Duct Raceways
Advance Wire Solutions Adhesive Backed Tape Wire
Monster Cable SuperFlat Mini Navajo White
 
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Foam Crown Molding

Crown molding is an aesthetically pleasing addition to most rooms, but it ain’t the easiest project to do yourself. If you want to tackle it for your family or theater room, you may want to go foam. The NM series from Foam Crown Molding offers 12 styles of ‘no prime molding’ that should be a little simpler to install, and guests will be none the wiser to their true material.

Molding pieces come in 6-foot-6 lengths, and they can be cut with razor knife, miter saw or hand saw. They glue to the walls, adhering with painters caulk. Separate installation kits, which include spackle, caulking tool, sanding pad and caulk, run $20.50 to $60.45 for 40-foot to 400-foot room sizes, respectively (and in between). Dimensions go from 1 1/8 x 1 1/8 to 5.25 x 5.625 inches, leaving dead space between the molding and wall to hide wires. Finish ‘em with a coat of paint and you’re good to go.

Pricing: Ranges from .59 cents to $2.69 per foot, with corner pieces $2.50 to $5 each depending on style

More info: FoamCrownMolding.com

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