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  • Krystal Zeogas

    Longest list ever of things to think of having installed when you build your dream home (outlets in closets, venting away from where curtains hang, audio wired outside, plumbing considerations). awesome list (one person catagorized them all into a master list). I don't think we are moving ever or even into a new house, but you never know.

  • Alison Mclain

    New bathroom idea!

  • Chantel Tucker

    Longest list ever of things to think of having installed when building your dream home (outlets in closets, venting away from where curtains hang, audio wired outside, plumbing considerations). awesome list. Dream House [check]

  • David Ubriaco

    Longest list ever of things to think of having installed when building your dream home (outlets in closets, venting away from where curtains hang, audio wired outside, plumbing considerations). awesome list ***this is a great idea for your hair dryer & straightener

  • Pam Morgan

    I've always wanted this in a bathroom drawer for the hair dryer. Longest list ever of things to think of having installed when building your dream home (outlets in closets, venting away from where curtains hang, audio wired outside, plumbing considerations). awesome list

  • Paul Wade Turner

    CLICK LINK. Ideas for things to think about when building house.

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Space-saving detail: Hidden outlets, handy location Continuous electrical strips with outlets spaced every 12 in. are positioned along the back lower edge of the wall cabinets. A valance built into the cabinets helps hide the strips—and the undercabinet lighting—from view, and the close spacing provides power for small appliances wherever they're used.

Outlets hidden under the cabinets so they don't interrupt the backsplash design

Longest list ever of things to think of having installed when building your dream home (outlets in closets, venting away from where curtains hang, audio wired outside, plumbing considerations). awesome list

Install an Outlet in a Drawer for Convenient Gadget Charging, Blow-Drying, etc.

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5 Things I wish we did differently in our new house

must, must, MUST have this! I hate my hair dryer sitting out, but it's so inconvenient to plug and unplug everyday!

Stuff that gets forgotten when building a new house! READ THIS BEFORE BUILDING...just in case we ever do build

Bathroom Remodel! This is a great idea, leave the drawer open, dry your hair, throw it back in there and close the drawer, works for me. In the kitchen would be fabulous too!

Pop up outlets - in the kitchen. In the floor of the dining room (for when you want to put a buffet on the table and use crock pots, or for lighted centerpieces, or...), In the living room, so end tables don't have to be up against the wall....