Came to me from a really high-quality looking Amazon white plastic box with rubber feet that help well against slipping. In the cover there was even a small bag with some cable wires.
My power strip in the longer standard design fit perfectly into the box. However, I had to put there, because I would have the cable from my MacBook power adapter squeezed above. The fact that the power strip is now in the box, but does not detract from its functionality. After I had chosen a nice place for the box, I measured the cable in the required length, and rolled the respective radicals in the box together. The result is a really clean image that once you close the lid of the box, looks really great.
To further cable routing, I have Cable Clips tesa tesa 58035-00016-00 Powerstrips cable clip, white 5 Clips / 6 Strips Small bought, which are to get along with Tesa Power Strip. So I could run along the connecting cable of my printer wonderful under my desk. Since this is made of glass, there can be bad a cable guide mount. The remaining cables that I needed on my desk, I had with the same cable clips along the wall up. In order not to slip me the cable from the desk, I have yet to Sumo Bluelounge Sumo paperweight for cable black, a small holder for cable, also from Bluelounge ordered.
Especially for desks that are open in the room, but still need a cable supply for laptop, lamp, etc., I can highly recommend this box, which can be had by the way also in black. It is in spite of their size rather decent and secures all cables very comfortable.
The only drawback I've found but rather for me is that you have to remove the cover every time when one off its socket at the main switch and would turn. But since I see no way here how the manufacturer would solve this differently, I will not be included in the evaluation.
So a pretty decent picture of my desk has been created, at least as regards the cable. As for the rest, are more likely to folders and the like, but no cable boxes, help. ;-)