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Happy Lil Retro Kitchen

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Mid-sized transitional l-shaped linoleum floor enclosed kitchen photo in New York with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island — Houzz

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jodipt1 wrote:
Can you tell me where to purchase outlet?
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Yota Cadice

This is te iece I am missing from my phone.

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Paulina Abarca

This is a must have nowadays. Nice.

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woodchucker wrote:
Nice idea, terrible execution - the woodworker seriously chose to use 2 black screws for the rear partition to hold the outlet in? Couldn't have even erased the pencil lines on top of the drawer side after assembling it? And the left rough splintery hack cuts on the original drawer back is amatuer at best. yikes.
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Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

Thank you for your feedback. : )

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Kate
I can’t believe your worried about the screw heads. Get a grip!
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Lucretia Scudder wrote:
where are my saved photos stored so that I can review them.
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Your photos are saved to Ideabooks. If you have more than one Ideabook, when you're saving an image you'll be asked which Ideabook you want to save it to. Hope that helps.

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Sheila Loeding wrote:
trying to save pictures simply pressing on save button not saving
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You can save to an Ideabook with the Houzz "save" button but can't save the image to your device outside of Houzz.

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Room of the Day: Happy Retro Style for a Family Kitchen
The area also houses a drawer with a built-in charger, complete with regular and USB outlets. It’s another of Suden’s favorites. “It’s so nice not to have all of those devices out and dealing with cords all the time,” she says. Her only regret? “Now that our house is done, I don’t have anything else to work on with Tracey!” Drawer charging station: Docking Drawer 18Browse more kitchen makeover stories
Becky Harris added this to Our Favorite Kitchen Storage Ideas Now
A hidden place for charging. Speaking of counter clutter, personal devices are the worst. And they’re full of germs — not a good mix with surfaces where you prepare food. Charging drawers keep them tucked away, safe from spills and ready for playing podcasts and looking up recipes while you’re working in the kitchen. Now I can’t stop thinking about those germs. Stash a packet of cleaning wipes in here too.
Barbra Bright Design added this to Details That Count: 17 Designer Tips for a Great Kitchen
6. Create a charging station. A plethora of devices need charging these days. Create a docking drawer with a hidden charge station so that you can keep your smartphones and iPads out of sight.
Bryan Anthony added this to The 10 Most Popular New Kitchen Photos of 2017
1. Take charge. Designer Tracey Stephens was tasked with creating a retro-style kitchen that features vintage furniture and checkerboard floors for a New Jersey family of four. But the requirements of the technology age were not lost on the design. The kitchen includes a drawer with a built-in charger, complete with regular and USB outlets. “It’s so nice not to have all of those devices out and dealing with cords all the time,” homeowner Jody Suden says. Drawer charging station: Docking Drawer 18MoreHow to Refresh Your Kitchen on Any BudgetStash It All: Know the 3 Zones of Kitchen Storage
Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Working the Room: What’s Popular in Kitchens Now
Trend No. 5: Staying ConnectedWhat the pros say. High-tech touch-screen refrigerators and ovens have yet to really catch on with the typical homeowner, pros say, but smart electronics are appearing in the kitchen in other ways. The Dallas-area clients that Reese works with can be a little leery of major appliances with too many bells and whistles, Reese says. “They’re a little afraid of that technology,” she says. “Is it going to break? How much will it cost to fix it? How long will it take to fix it? Is it going to be too difficult for me to actually cook even though the whole premise is to enable the whole cooking experience?” Other pros echoed similar sentiments.Where technology is cropping up more in the kitchen is through wireless speakers, smart lighting and voice-controlled TVs and assistants. Harper says her clients are always looking for more outlets and often a separate charging station in the kitchen for powering their devices, though she’s noticed she’s adding fewer USB connector ports as technology evolves.What homeowners say. Touchscreen controls or built-in speakers appear in 1 in 4 new appliances that homeowners are choosing as replacements for their old gadgets, the kitchen study found. Wireless and voice-controlled appliances appear in 11 percent of upgraded appliances.Getting the low-key effect. A voice-controlled or wireless speaker or digital assistant comes in handy in the kitchen when you need a measurement converted or background dinner-making music. Getting the full-out effect. Homeowners reported their refrigerators, dishwashers, microwaves and range hoods were their top updated appliances, so tricking out those major players with touchscreens and smart controls may be the way to go if you’re tech-happy (and have the budget for it). Future Home: How We’ll Be Living in 10 Years

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Tom M. added this to Office
https://dockingdrawer.com/pages/charging-outlets
Brian Tochman added this to Kitchen
Love hiding as many cords and appliances as possible
pavogizel added this to Home office
1. Take charge. Designer Tracey Stephens was tasked with creating a retro-style kitchen that features vintage furniture and checkerboard floors for a New Jersey family of four. But the requirements of the technology age were not lost on the design. The kitchen includes a drawer with a built-in charger, complete with regular and USB outlets. “It’s so nice not to have all of those devices out and dealing with cords all the time,” homeowner Jody Suden says. Drawer charging station: Docking Drawer 18MoreHow to Refresh Your Kitchen on Any BudgetStash It All: Know the 3 Zones of Kitchen Storage

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