No More Ugly Speakers!Liz Stanley
I don’t know about you, but I think speakers are generally pretty darn hideous. I can’t be alone in this! Well, thanks to the gals at A Beautiful Mess, there is a solution! You can make some custom speaker covers to cover up those ugly speakers! Make them however you like, whatever color you want. Though I am partial to these white ones. They are fresh and clean and would go great with my current decor. But no matter what color or pattern you choose to add to them, I think we can all agree that something should be done about the common hideous speaker. You can see the full tutorial on how to make your own over here on A Beautiful Mess.
And if you are in the market for better looking speakers, but don’t want to make them yourself, check out this option! these wireless speakers come in a variety of bright and cheery neon colors to add a fun pop of color to your home and still keep your place looking sharp. I myself am partial to the pink one. I think it would be great to have in my office space to play music while I work and not take away from the aesthetic. You can buy them for $39.99 each over here on Bed Bath & Beyond. I love the fact that it is wireless too. If there is anything uglier than your standard speaker it has got to be all of those hideous cords and wires that stick out all over the place. You know I’m right.
No matter which route you take, whether you be more inclined to DIY your very own speaker covers to hide all that ugly, or to buy a new speaker that doesn’t make you want to throw it up against the wall at the sight of it (maybe a bit of an exaggeration) I think we can all agree that the world would be a better place without ugly speakers. And though companies are striving to make their speakers sleeker and more modern with fewer eyesores, they aren’t there yet but that doesn’t mean we have to live with it!
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