1uke_ wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 30, 2019 5:17 pm
Is there anything out there that would allow me to safely store the pi in a neat and attractive way.
It might depend on what you have connected to your Pi which determines how best to hide them away.
What's neat or attractive is in the eye of the beholder but the golden rule is that it doesn't usually matter how bad things are inside, it only really matters how things appear from outside.
You could throw them all in a nice wooden crate, or on a spare bookshelf with a decorative grill or metal mesh in front of them.
I have a wooden cabinet under my main TV so I modified that so the lower decorative panel easily pulls off and I simply push my Pi under the cabinet. Panel mount USB sockets allow things to be plugged in.
You can repurpose other equipment to hold your Pi's. I find old DVD players, STB's, LAN switches, routers and the like handy for hiding Pi's within. If you can get a number of the same style they look quite neat stacked in a corner.
I have put Pi Zero W's inside portable DVD players with screens and inside small TV's to turn them into all-in-one computers.