@ferds !!

@ferds !!

20 Ideen hässliche Sachen zu verstecken. Für Nr. 12 beneidet mich jeder.

20 Ideen hässliche Sachen zu verstecken. Für Nr. 12 beneidet mich jeder.

Over the weekend I snuck in an easy DIY project that’s been on my to-do list for weeks – creating a family charging station to organize all of our family’s electronics (iPad, iPhones, iPods – the works!). And already it’s been a game-changer at our house! One of our house rules with the kids is that all electronic devices must be downstairs when they go to bed. But somehow we always seem to be misplacing the cords and adapters and end up having to hunt around the house every night to find…

DIY Family Charging Station

Over the weekend I snuck in an easy DIY project that’s been on my to-do list for weeks – creating a family charging station to organize all of our family’s electronics (iPad, iPhones, iPods – the works!). And already it’s been a game-changer at our house! One of our house rules with the kids is that all electronic devices must be downstairs when they go to bed. But somehow we always seem to be misplacing the cords and adapters and end up having to hunt around the house every night to find…

Put the power strip inside the drawer and drill a hole in the back of the drawer to thread the cords through.

Put the power strip inside the drawer and drill a hole in the back of the drawer to thread the cords through.

This charging station is amazing! I can plug in all of my electronics and Robbie's and they can all run from the same cord so I can unplug when not charging!

This charging station is amazing! I can plug in all of my electronics and Robbie's and they can all run from the same cord so I can unplug when not charging!

Get your chargers off the counter and in to their own space in a drawer.

Get your chargers off the counter and in to their own space in a drawer.

Put a power strip in the top drawer of your nightstand to charge/organize/hide your electronics.

21 Genius Ways To Organize Your Closets And Drawers

Put a power strip in the top drawer of your nightstand to charge/organize/hide your electronics.

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