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Put a power strip in the top drawer of your nightstand to charge/organize/hide your electronics. Another "duh! Why didn't I think of that moment?!" for me.
To eke out storage in every last corner of your kitchen, utilize the space under the cabinets with kick drawers. (They’re tucked in behind the cabinet’s toe kick.) This one hides a folding step stool to reach those high shelves, but you could also use this space to hold trays or cookie sheets.
Fight "Vampire Power" DrainFight "Vampire Power" Drain A smart power strips senses when an electronic device or charger is plugged in but not actually in use, and stops generating current. This reduces the "vampire power" drain of electronics in standby mode, which costs the average American household an estimated $100 each year. TRY: Ten-outlet home-office surge protector, by Philips, $50, amazon.com