Hairdryers tend to take up a lot of space in your bathroom. Their bulk often proves an obstacle when you’re trying to get ready in the morning. What’s more, because you use it every day, it can get pretty annoying to constantly be putting it away. After all, you’re just going to have to drag it out again after your next shower. Then again, leaving it on your countertop doesn’t exactly make you feel clean and organized. Maybe that’s why so many people are looking for clever and convenient hair dryer storage ideas on sites like Pinterest.
Education is always top of our minds at Docking Drawer. That’s because we know installing a charging outlet or powering outlet is no small thing. When our customers are well-informed, they have more confidence in our products and specify them into more projects. Because our website and sales literature is setup to help people decide what kind of outlet they need we don’t often find ourselves fielding the, “What outlet do I need?” question.
When Tammy Williams and her husband decided to do a kitchen remodel, they were excited for the end results. Not only would there be more counter space, but everything would look clean and much more modern. Ordering new cabinets seemed like a no-brainer for a new kitchen and the Williams family did so several months before they would be installed, as is standard in the cabinet industry.
“Your hair is so beautiful! I wish my hair looked like that!” This is a phrase heard often by the curly-haired people in our Docking Drawer offices. While it’s supposed to be a compliment the truth is that people have NO IDEA just how much work goes into maintaining curly hair. We know, we know—cue the tiny violin, right?
Style Drawer in-drawer powering outlets can be installed into U-Shaped drawers in bathroom vanities. These drawers are commonly used as storage space. With help from Docking Drawer, you can keep these drawers organized, too! Store your hairdryers, curling irons, flat irons and more in your drawer or create a styling station complete with an in-drawer powering outlet from Docking Drawer.
At Docking Drawer we offer a variety of charging and powering outlet solutions designed to fit into all types of cabinets and drawers. With so many possibilities, you can imagine all the inspiring installations that have been shared with us. That’s why we decided to compile a list of inspiring kitchen charging stations for our blog readers!
We're a feedback driven company. We started that way and have continued to be over the years. Being receptive to our customers helps us develop market leading in-drawer electrical outlets for today's market. With our North America offering settled, our attention turns to our International Series outlets. With great feedback in hand from our international customers and our distribution partner Hafele, we set out to refine our international outlets.
Most people spend 40+ hours per week in the office. This, combined with the fact that more and more people are traveling for work adds up to a very frequent problem: people can’t keep their technology charged. As professionals we rely on our smartphones, tablets, and laptops to stay in touch with coworkers and even our families throughout the day. These devices don’t do us much good when they’re not charged and office environments are notorious for not providing ample charging outlets. What should you do?
More and more people are discovering in-drawer charging outlets to organize and clear technology clutter. Sometimes it happens early in the life of the project, but many times it’s often at a later stage–like when cabinets have already been ordered or after the updated kitchen is already being put into place. The good new is that no matter when you discover how perfect in-drawer outlets are for your project, there is a safe, ETL-listed solution that can be installed to help keep your countertops clutter-free and your tech tucked out of sight.
We’ve all been there – the small bathroom. Almost nothing is more frustrating in your living space than this. Whether it’s in your forever home or your temporary one, there are some great ways that you can expand your tiny bath and make it a space you’re comfortable being in. If you need even more inspiration, be sure to visit our Bathroom Ideas Pinterest board following this blog.