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If you ever build or remodel - use recessed outlets so that the plugs don't stick out from the wall. This allows furniture to be flat against the wall.

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LED night light outlet covers install in seconds, use just 5 cents of power per year

these night light outlet covers use $0.05 of electricity per year and require no additional wiring. would be great for hallways.

Between the studs - Built in nook for purses, cell phones, mail! And an outlet on the inside

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How To: Upgrade a Wall Outlet to USB Functionality

Upgrade wall outlet to USB

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Paint the Inside of Light Switch Covers to Simplify Buying More of That Color in the Future

Never again forget your room's paint color choice! On the inside of your light switch or outlet cover, using a permanent marker, just write the paint brand, color name, swatch number on a piece of painter's tape for quick reference. If needed, add the date you did your room makeover. Change the room color? Change the info tape! You can even add a touch of the actual paint in case you need to take it to the paint store to get a color match.

GREAT Tip: Take Popsicle sticks and paint them the color of every wall in your house. Carry with you on the go to match furniture, curtains, decorations, etc. I've seen the full paint stirrer version of this but love this portable-sized idea!!

If you ever build or remodel - use recessed outlets so that the plugs don't stick out from the wall. This allows furniture to be flat against the wall.

After painting your walls, fill up this pen with paint, and will last years for you to use for touch ups rather than storing bulky cans of paint that you can't remember what they are for or don't have room to keep.

20 Ideas for Your Next Kitchen Renovation- I might try some of these if I ever get to remodel my kitchen.

Craft Room Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor - page 4 TB: this is by California Closets

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One Smart Idea: Put a Power Strip Inside Your Bedside Drawer — Reddit

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