How useful would it be to have an outlet in the bathroom or kitchen for a drawer where small appliances like rechargeable flashlights, smartphone, hair dryers, curling irons, and other occasional use plug-in items could easily access and plug-in? GardenWeb user, beaglesdoitbetter, had an outlet professionally installed inside her master bath vanity and I'm left wondering why this isn't more common...
And there's even more hidden tech/electrical upgrades throughout beaglesdoitbetter's traditional home with various hidden automation and tech features:
- In-cabinet lights and outside lights on timers
- Warming drawer in the dining room
- Keypad entry on back garage door so we don't need keys
- Plugs on mantels for x-mas lights
- Pre-wiring for music and speakers
- iPad controllers in the walls to control whole house music system, etc.
- Walk-in pantry w/ entrance from right by garage door and entrance by kitchen. Pantry also has custom shelves and a place to plug in appliances
- Place to plug in extra fridge/freezer in garage
- Stairs from garage directly to basement
- Towel warmer in master bathroom
Via GardenWeb; HT: Sonia Zjawinski