How To Hang Baby Monitor On Wall

Watching a baby from a distance lets the parents observe their baby’s movements. The only way to do this is to hang the baby monitor on the wall.

How to hang a baby monitor on a wall? The best way to hang your baby monitor is to use the included mounting plate. If you don’t have one, you can use a screwdriver or drill to make holes in the wall.

1. Remove the mounting plate from its packaging and place it flat on a hard surface, such as a table or countertop.

2. Protect gloves and safety glasses before handling the monitor’s power cord because it may be frayed or damaged. 

If wires or loose connections are exposed, do not plug them into an electrical outlet until a professional electrician fixes them.

3. Plug one end of the power cord into your monitor’s AC adapter and the other end into an electrical outlet near where you plan to mount your monitor. Avoid hanging it behind objects like a cabinet door. 

Turn on your monitor; if it works properly, you’re ready to install it on the wall. If not, call technical support for help diagnosing and fixing any problems before moving forward with installing your monitor.

4. Place the mounting plate on top of where you want to position your camera and mark four evenly spaced holes around its perimeter with a pencil or pen. Make sure that all four holes fall within an area where there is no water damage 

How to hang a baby monitor on the wall without drilling

Hanging a baby monitor on the wall is easy and can be done without drilling. -This is an excellent option if you have a rental or are just moving into a new place.

You first need to find a spot that is high enough on the wall and where it will not be seen by anyone else. 

You want to ensure that it is out of sight so that no one messes with it or tries to take it down.

Once you have found the right spot, use some tape measurers to mark where your screw holes will go. 

You can use a pencil if you want, but I would recommend using something like a marker so that you can see where everything goes quickly.

The next step is to use a drill bit that matches up with the size of your screws. Drill into each hole and then screw in your screws until they are tight enough so that they won’t come undone on their own.

How to hang a baby monitor using command strips

A baby monitor is a great way to get peace of mind when your child sleeps. The problem is that they can be bulky and heavy, and some models also have screens that flip out, making them even more difficult to mount on the wall. 

Command strips are the best way to hang a baby monitor without damaging your walls or spending money on hardware. 

The adhesive is strong enough to hold a baby monitor but easy to remove when you no longer need it. 

Here’s how:

Step 1: Open the package of Command Strips. There should be two strips in each package — one for hanging and one for mounting objects.

Step 2: Peel off the backing from the hook portion of the strip and stick it on the back of your monitor case where you want it positioned (on top, bottom, or side).

Step 3: Peel off the backing on the adhesive side of the mounting strip and stick it to the back of your monitor case in the same place where you placed the hook portion of the Command Strip. To ensure it is hanging safely, you should hear an audible click as it sticks.

How to hang a baby monitor hiding the cords

Several manufacturers offer products that hide the cords, making it look like there are no wires. These products come in two primary forms:

Cord covers

Wallplates with hinged doors

Cord covers are simple plastic or fabric sleeves that slide over the cord from the wall outlet. 

They can be cut to length, so they don’t need to fit precisely over your particular cord set-up; just estimate how much extra size you need and leave enough room for trimming later. 

Wallplates with hinged doors are similar, but they come with a fake faceplate to hide behind the cords when they aren’t in use.

The best way to hide a cord is with grommets. Grommets are little holes in walls or furniture where wires and cables can pass through without being seen.

To install grommets, you first need to drill small holes in your wall or furniture where you want the grommet to be. You then insert the grommet into the hole with a hammer and screwdriver, using the included tool kit with the grommet set.

Once you’ve installed all your grommets, run your cord through them until they are connected at one end. 

Then attach an electrical wire cap over each end of your cable, so it doesn’t come out through any of the open lots of its own accord.


How to hang a baby monitor on the wall without tools You don’t need tools to hang a baby monitor on the wall. The first thing you need to do is choose your location.

You should hang it somewhere easily accessible but out of reach for curious toddlers. The second thing to consider is how much weight your monitor will bear.

If you’re setting up a security camera, you’ll want to mount it high, so it doesn’t get blocked by furniture or plants. 

If you’re installing a baby monitor, try not to put it too high up — otherwise, your child might not be able to see their crib from the monitor’s angle.

How do I install a baby monitor on a wall? You can install a baby monitor on the wall using a mounting kit. 

Each baby monitor is different, but they usually come with a quick-release mechanism to make it easy to remove the monitor from the wall. 

Look for a bracket with screws on each end instead of one single screw in the middle. That will allow you to adjust the monitor’s angle after installing it.

To install a baby monitor on your wall:

Turn off power to your outlet used for installing your baby monitor. Turn off your breaker and wait 30 seconds before turning it back on again. -This will prevent any accidental shocks while working with electrical wiring.

Unplug your existing cord from the outlet so that there are no obstructions when installing your new one.

-Run the cable from where you want your monitor mounted down through an existing hole in the drywall or use an old cable. 

If no gap exists, drill one with an appropriately sized drill bit for this purpose, and make sure not to damage any wires or pipes behind the wall.