Cable management is one of the trickiest and most important elements to organize a computer-based office satisfactory. In most cases is a plate of spaghetti organized and simple compared to the complete bird-nest that all cables and cords creates.
There are some tricks that can help you; Drill a hole in the back of your desk and pull the cords from lamps and electronics through it to keep the surface neat.
Use a cord trunk to keep cords together in a neat way when you have two or more cables coming out from the drilled hole at the desk top.
Group the cables and keep them together with straps. Different types of hooks can support the cables when they are attached to each other.
Use bigger solid electric sockets with many connections attached under or behind the desk top.
The fun and practical “Cable turtle” is a great way to work away loose cable ends If you can’ t hide them.
Use well designed cables and extension cords that add a positive touch to the total impression.