The Belkin Powerhouse Charging Dock Duo ensures that there’s a charging spot for two of your devices, smartphones or tablets. Plus, it charges at the fastest possible speed, getting you back on a screen in no time.
A hidden charging station pops up from the kitchen island. The station includes USB outlets and standard electrical outlets, helping to keep the whole family -- and their devices -- in the hub of the home.
Designer Kerrie Kelly makes use of the cabinetry by hiding helpful amenities, like a wine refrigerator and recycling center, in them. Also, tucked inside one of the flip-down drawer fronts is a laptop/phone/iPod charging station.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could whack your iPhone to turn off its alarm in the morning, the way you can with an old-school clock? This clever holder turns your phone into a freestanding alarm clock with a slappable snooze button … plus it’s a charging station.
Take a closer look at the islands, and you might notice that each comes with a couple of outlets. Not only do these allow the owners to plug in blenders or other kitchen essentials, but they can also be used as convenient charging stations for the kids' phones or computers after dinner.
Part of its new city-lifestyle inspired URBAN collection, SieMatic's freestanding and versatile SieMatic 29 kitchen sideboard comes in various widths and color combinations. The sideboard offers open and closed storage for kitchen essentials and can be equipped to serve as a coffee bar, buffet or as a charging station for smartphones and tablets.
With a large limestone island with hidden USB ports and charging stations, this kitchen truly is the hub of the home for a large family. Beckwith Interiors opened the space up to make it feel larger and brighter and introduced reclaimed wood shelving and trim, a glass backsplash behind the stove and white shaker cabinetry to blend the modern and rustic styles the homeowners love.
These homeowners wanted a more functional, stylish kitchen with plenty of safety failsafes before the arrival of their baby, so designers created a kitchen with an intuitive design. The cabinets to the right of the hallway are side-by-side, pull-out pantry cabinets to maximize storage, and to the left of the hallway, is a shallow, custom-designed cabinet with a charging station and a purse hook.
The owners of this Atlanta townhome both work from home from time to time and love entertaining. A power station with USB outlets is discreetly hidden in the top of the kitchen island and revealed by pressing on the top of it. With the power station accessible, the island becomes a comfortable spot to work or charge cell phones.