So, it’s time to remodel your kitchen. Whether enshrined in the eternal 80’s with soft pink countertops, or you’re just looking for reasons to refresh your appliances, don’t despair. There are lots of ways to remodel your kitchen. It will not only become the living centerpiece of your home, but a promising investment, too.
Did you hear? Docking Drawer was recently featured in Carley K's blog! And if you didn't know, Carley K is THE KNOWLEDGE CENTER when it comes to living well in a hyper-connected, tech-driven world. You can find her on The Today Show, HGTV, and The Inspired Home.
We were honored to be contacted by her and are thrilled to be featured in the recent blog, Banish Cord Clutter At Home With This Genius Product.
We understand just how difficult it can be to renovate or design small spaces. You shop kitchen and bathroom cabinets online and search for the perfect fit, only to realize that the cabinets are too big for your tiny bathroom. Or a hundred other potential problems might rear their ugly heads and it’s frustrating to say the least.
So, how do you redesign small spaces (particularly bathrooms) and pull off the perfect interior design? It might seem difficult on the surface if you’re redesigning a bathroom for the first time. But have no fear because professionals have been thinking about this problem for decades and they’ve discovered some truly wonderful solutions that we’ll share with you right now.
Technology moves quickly—and Docking Drawer does, too! That’s why we’re now offering Docking Drawer Blade and Blade Duo charging outlets featuring USB-C Power Delivery! Supplying an even higher level of power than standard USB-A outlets, this new technology by Docking Drawer allows our charging outlets to deliver faster, safer charging for cell phones, tablets, laptops, smart watches, and more. What is Power Delivery and how can it help you charge your devices more effectively? We’re glad you asked!
This year, you promised yourself you were going to spend more time with family and friends—and less time zoned out in front of devices. And that’s a promise worth keeping. At Docking Drawer, we fully support this mission. So we’ve come up with a few ways that you can get more out of your time (and space) with loved ones while your tech stays tucked away.
At Docking Drawer we’re proud to be the market leader of in-drawer electrical outlets. Offering a full array of solutions, we are committed to charging and powering today’s connected lifestyle with innovative solutions. Best of all, every outlet is electrically certified by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTLs). But we get a lot of questions about what that means. So today we’re going to explain in plain English the difference between being ETL-listed or UL-listed.
It’s important to us that the Docking Drawer outlets you receive are of top-shelf quality. That’s why the design of Docking Drawer outlets coincides with our message of safety. You’ve read about cycle testing in our blog—the rigorous process all of our outlets go through to ensure they last. But what about the actual creation of our products? What about the parts and pieces that are able to resist wear and tear long term? How are they engineered to ensure safety?
Do you like to be “in the know” for your customers? Are you waiting to jump on the hottest up-and-coming trends in home and business design in 2019? We’ll save you the trouble. The Style Drawer Vertical Organizer by Docking Drawer, which premiered this month at KBIS, will be what everyone is buzzing about in 2019. It comes in two sizes: The Style Drawer 24 Vertical Organizer for 24” deep cabinets and The Style Drawer 21 Vertical Organizer for 21” deep base cabinets.
At Docking Drawer, we’re always striving to keep our place as the market-leader for in-drawer electrical outlets. Always on the leading edge of innovation, our products are like nothing else available out there. And so it’s no surprise that we’re stepping up to the plate, obtaining CSA certifications for our Power Outlets, allowing us to provide in-drawer powering solutions for any drawer or application (ETC) to the Canadian marketplace.
When consumers discover we design outlets for drawers, their immediate response is usually, “Isn’t that dangerous?” And we get it. Because up until Docking Drawer was founded, ETL listed outlets inside of drawers were NOT a thing. But taping extension cords inside cabinets or cobbling together ad hoc solutions didn’t take safety into consideration when installed—and that caused headaches to many home and business owners. Because these solutions weren’t using the extension cord for its designed purpose.