This Breadbox Charging Station is Martha Stewart Approved

 - Sep 2, 2011
References: bhg & unplggd
Just because the landscape of the home has changed in the past couple of generations to assume a more technological tier of prized possessions, it does not mean that cellphones and mp3 players can't be accommodated by more traditional domestic objects. This clever craft suggested by Better Homes and Gardens teaches organization enthusiasts how to make a delightful breadbox charging station.

The creative can begin by choosing a new or used flip top compartment and acquiring a power strip, MDF board and rubber grommets. Some power tools will come in handy to cut slots into the panel, behind which the power bar is kept connected your smartphone and iPod chargers. Messy cords are concealed, handsets are kept in a predictable location, and a helpful embellishment to the breadbox charging station would be the application of device type labels.