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Build in a power strip. We need to have electrical outlets to plug in all of those small appliances and as mandated by building codes. Just because we do, though, they don't have to mar the beautiful backsplash we've just paid a lot for.
Make it intentional. Keeping the backsplash free of any electrical device really helps to show off the tile and overall aesthetic. But if you'd like a television or docking station for an iPad or other tablet device, you can certainly recess it into the design, making it part of the overall look. The trick is to make it an intentional decision rather than an afterthought.
Group switches. Where there isn't the possibility of hiding a switch or bank of switches, make sure to group the switches in an orderly fashion. It's disconcerting to see switches randomly placed about a wall, often within close proximity to one another. And while you're at it, position the group in a spot that's carefully chosen and use a switch plate that coordinates with the overall design.
Recess them. Let's not forget the speakers that are part of our audio visual systems. Recessing these items will keep them less obtrusive and less pimple like.
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So things like wall-mounted charging stations in every room have to be considered