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6 Tips to Keep Your Counters Clear in this New Year

Keep Your Counters Clear in the New Year

The New Year is here - happy 2019! Have you stuck to your list of new year’s resolutions yet?

Coming up with new year's resolutions may seem daunting, but the truth is they don’t all have to be huge, monumental changes to still make a big impact. Making small, tangible and more manageable resolutions can help you actually stick to them and feel accomplished past the first few weeks of the year.

5 Ways to Make Your Mudroom Really Work for You


Your mudroom is not only the last place you grab things as you rush out the door, it’s also the first space you see when you get home. Because of this, your mudroom ideally should be both practical and presentable - nobody wants to come home after a long day to a mess of coats and shoes on the floor!

5 Smartest Solutions Your Cabinets and Drawers Need, Now

Docking Drawer Blade_0290-30101WThe words cabinet and drawers doesn’t exactly connotate technical innovation–but perhaps it should. After all, we’re living in the technology age so why aren’t your cabinets and drawers? Below, you’ll find 5 of the smartest solutions for your cabinets and drawers, and where you can go to get in on the action.

Gorgeous Spaces that Serve a Purpose: Spotlight Interview with Ciuffo Cabinetry

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For most people, furniture is something to sit on and cabinets are for storing things in. Ciuffo Cabinetry knows better. For over 100 years, they’ve operated on the principle that your home is a work of art. They’ve become a one of New York’s premier kitchen cabinet design and build firms by combining old world techniques with modern technology to create beautiful, functional spaces.

Unplug & Unwind: Marie Flanigan Interiors Features Docking Drawer

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Big thanks to Marie Flanigan Interiors who recently featured Docking Drawer in her blog post "7 Steps to Simplifying Your Home." 

Think Outside the Kitchen: Clever Uses for In-Drawer Outlets in Every Room of the House


For over 25 years, Webber Coleman Woodworks has delighted their clients across Georgia and beyond with exceptionally well-crafted custom cabinetry for both residential and commercial projects. A “Best of Houzz” award winner who is constantly raising the bar with beautiful new designs, we wanted to find out more about their approach to remodeling and the clever ways in which they integrate Docking Drawer into their clients’ projects.

5 Great Kitchen Cabinet Ideas

Who has the very best kitchen drawers? You will right after you read this article and gain a little inspiration. 

Peace of Mind Comes from Docking Drawer ETL Listed Outlets

At Docking Drawer, we talk quite a bit about the fact that almost ALL of our outlets are ETL Listed. This means our outlets are tested by Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTLs) which are independent laboratories recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). They test products to the specifications of product safety codes. But what does it mean to be ETL Listed to the UL 962a and CSA-22.2 standards–and why should our customers care?

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How to Specify and Plan an In-Drawer Outlet into your Projects

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Sure, you’ve heard about Docking Drawer outlets–but do you know how to add an in-drawer outlet into your cabinets?

Remember: Install In-Drawer Outlets Safely

Unlike popular DIY in-drawer power strips or your contractor using off the shelf electrical components, Docking Drawer in-drawer outlets are safe and reliable. Additionally, they offer interlocking safety features that cut power to the outlet in the event of an emergency to help minimize risk. In-drawer electrical strip hacks can't do that!

Specifying a Docking Drawer in-drawer outlet is easy as long as you plan ahead. We’ve made it simple to learn our specification process and this blog will walk you through those steps one at a time.

Rohan Designs: A Photo Bucks Winner

A place with a view. That’s what one couple invested in, in their new home. It was quaint and, like those around it, built sometime in the 60s or 70s. What’s more, the small 1,000 square foot home hadn’t seen any kind of renovation since its walls were first built. With a 70s vibe that relied on fake pressboard and dark wood, the homeowners knew something had to be done to make the home more modern. Their first step was to bring in a contractor who did a major remodel. From removing interior walls to changing up the roofline, the investment was slowly starting to look like a home for the owners.

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