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Scott Amron's Eco-Friendly Electrical Outlet Decorations (UPDATE)

 - Jun 8, 2009   Updated: Jun 1 2011
References: amronexperimental & designboom
Scott Amron has come up with some really unconventional uses for your unused outlets that don't use electricity. The New York designer uses materials that are made of insulating materials that do not conduct any unnecessary energy.

These innovative socket stuffers include corks, flower vases, candles, toothbrush holders, and shelves made of cords. This is such an eco-friendly way to decorate your home!

Implications - Many homeowners in today's eco-conscious society are seeking ways to eliminate necessary electricity and hydro costs. Companies that can produce practical products that not only require no electricity, but that also eliminate the use of future electricity, will certainly appeal to consumers looking to cut down the amounts of energy being used within their homes. It would be beneficial for companies to consider how their products can make a variety of things easier for their customers.