I am attempting to run coax for cable to the upstairs room, and CAT6 into what will be designated a networking closet. I feel as the only option is to make multiple holes throughout the drywall to go through every stud and any potential blockers.
I have never ran cable through the ceiling, and I doubt I will be able to match that texture. I also am pretty sure one coax cable and three CAT6 cables will be noticeable if I attempt to run them under the carpet.
This floor of the house in a slab, so running underneath isn't an option. The wall pictured runs 19 feet up to the second floor ceiling, so I am considering running the coax into the attic above the second floor room. The exterior is brick, and I am trying to avoid breaking the vapor barrier just to have an ugly cable running up the side of the house.
What would be the best way to run this cable, as every option I can think of will have considerable difficulty?