8,355 switch and plug Home Design Photos

Exquisite Kitchen Design
12 Reviews
Congleton Kitchen
Ideabooks1,245
Questions3
There is a woman on the web called "the switch plate lady" is this her work I wonder?
Details, painted switch plate to match tile
camafloige it plugs , great idea
I like the camouflage of the power switch and plug in.
Check this out .... The switch plate!
Granite edge, hiding of the light switch and plugs
Camouflage it. Chances are that hiding the electrical switches won't be all that easily done. In those cases, especially where the switch is in a tiled backsplash, some camouflage will hide it in plain sight. Just take care that the person doing the camouflaging gets the colors and patterns just right
“Painted outlet” — liveinparadise
CabinetWorks Plus
1 Review
Danny & Debbie
Ideabooks2
Questions1
decora light switches & plugs
Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
18 Reviews
Map Collage Powder Room
Ideabooks46
Questions0
She also gave the electric switches and plugs special treatment, cutting out a design from the maps to give them borders.
give all switches a map border
Stephens gave Korea an extra presence in the map mix. Mother and son have a lot of fun playing geography games in here. She also gave the electric switches and plugs special treatment, cutting out a design from the maps to give them borders.
“Maps cut up and made into a collage” — tkass
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Zen Lightenment
Ideabooks3,796
Questions8
HIDING PLUGS & SWITCHES "If you can't fix it, feature it." Specify a special plate cover to match other design elements, such as this sleek stainless-steel plate cover for the switches and outlets in this contemporary kitchen.
Horizontal and vertical plugs. Plug under overhang. perhaps a lower plug location to reduce the look of cords.
stainless steel plug to match stainless steel counter top
always said, "If you can't fix it, feature it." That is the exact sentiment behind the decision to use sleek stainless-steel plate covers for the switches and outlets in this contemporary kitchen.
“Glass counter top” — boumas
FORMA Design
18 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks859
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Group all switches and plugs together.
Group switches. Where there isn't the possibility of hiding a switch or bank of switches, make sure to group
like these light switches for livingroom
Be intentional with light switch placement
Stainless and white switches, plugs and plates.
I hate multiple light switches on a wall--keep
carefully chosen and use a switch plate that coordinates with the overall design.
group the switches in an orderly fashion
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
“switch plates” — plsdjrkl
Baldridge Architects
3 Reviews
Kimber Modern Boutique Hotel
Ideabooks1,597
Questions4
Cool light switches. Cool wall mount night stand, no legs.
stainless wall plate, white switches. hanging end table
metalic light switch cover
light switches at hand reach
Switches and plug...Light switch...Light switch plate...Switches on bed...switches to lights
“Nightstand” — karigould
Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
a symphony of parts - the kitchen
Ideabooks4,627
Questions1
I will have to install light switches by my kitchen sink but have a tile that is two-dimensional--any ideas how to make it look flush?
You can use the tile as a switch plate. See this website http://www.stonewallplates.com
If the switch is for a garbage disposal, they make air switches that are installed into the countertop next to the sink instead of on the wall,
Idea for hiding plugs on island
I don't like the hinged door but plugs inside a shelf is a good idea so you can rest a phone/ipad etc
hide plug in dead space in island
Dietrich, AIASaveEmail Hiding plugs and switches Put them in a secret compartment. You can hide an outlet behind a little trap door. When you need the plug, just open the door and plug in the appliance. This is especially handy on an island.
“hidden” — mgracesb
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Crighton-Worthley Residence
Ideabooks1,895
Questions5
HIDING PLUGS & SWITCHES Group outlets and plugs to minimize the busy-ness. Placing outlets and switches in groups serves dual purposes. First, it can put the proper amount of outlets
Group outlets and plugs to minimize the busy-ness. Placing outlets and switches in groups serves dual purposes. First, it can put the proper amount of outlets where you need them most. Why put a random plug somewhere it might never be used? Also
Group outlets and plugs to minimize the busy-ness. Placing outlets and switches in groups serves dual purposes. First, it
Grouping outlets and switches minimizes visual clutter.
Group outlets and plugs to minimize the busy-ness.
Group outlets and plugs to minimize the busy-ness. Placing outlets and switches in groups serves dual purposes. First, it can put the proper amount of outlets where you need them most. Why put a random plug somewhere it might never be used? Also, as in this case, the size and placement can be part of
“Outlets in group” — ishiishi
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