The en&is UFFO charging station is proof tech accessories do not necessarily have to detract from your interior space when left out. The design's name might reference an unidentified object, but we can identify the design as one that would look fantastic out in the living room, home office or wherever you call your landing strip. The wood and ceramic UFFO resembles modern Scandinavian tableware and could easily be mistaken for a fruit bowl...except this one would only hold Apples...
Though the tech function isn't as hidden as the UFFO, the Blu Dot Juice Box Digital Dock
is still one of our longtime favourite charging stations. Walnut wood construction with a felt top gives the Juice Box a sophisticated presence, whether ontop of a entryway table or maybe even wall mounted in a floating position.
The Bluelounge Refresh was in our arsenal of tech organizing tools for along while in our own home office
(until it got cracked in transit during a move), so we can attest that it both looks great and works well as a charging station for 1-3 mobile devices.
And like our own setup reveals, its slim profile also allows it work well inside a drawer, just in case you prefer to keep your charging station hidden away.
But the ultimate solution would be to integrate your charging station into a piece of furniture, like this design by Spencer Schimel
, featuring an induction charging plate and what appears to be an integrated telephone.