Pinterest Facebook Twitter Too many device wires! Try one of these charging station ideas to keep all your wires and devices charging organized. More Hardware Help: Wi-Fi Thermostat Install, 10-Minute USB Socket Installation, DIY Kitchen Tablet Holder. 25 DIY Charging Station 1) Put your scrap wood batch to good use with this fast and easy DIY charging station project. You can use a larger piece of wood to charge more than one device at one time (Remodelaholic). 2) Turn a wooden organizer or letter sorter into a DIY charging station for all your devices (decorative driven). 3) Use old pallet wood (or any reclaimed wood) to create a DIY rustic charging station (Remodelaholic) 4) If you love wine, add some personality and function to your home with a wine box that doubles as decor and DIY hidden charging station (eHow). 5) Create a unique DIY charging station with a few books! Get two good looking books from thrift store and you’ll need a new Xact-o knife! (taste). 6) A simple bread box can be transformed into a great charging station in the kitchen (four generations one roof). 7) With some pretty decorative paper and a little crafting, you can turn the shoebox into a cute DIY shipping system for the whole family to use (one good thing). 8) Turn a photo frame into a charging station and tablet stand with the help of some wood trim, a little bit of chalk paint, and a whole lot of clever (DIY mom). 9) With some paint and stains, the savings find is transformed into a stylish charging station (The DIY Playbook). This desk organizer would be perfect! 10) Keep all your phones and gadgets away from the kitchen table by adding a recessed shelf rack to the backsplash (Bibbidi Bobbidi Beautiful). 11) The magazine stand, turned on one side, makes it a handcrafted charging station perfect for iPads and other tablets (100 Things 2 Do). 12) A vintage look shelf with dividers ‘dock’ would be great for all your family’s devices and will leave some space for guests too (quaint home). 13) If you have handy gadgets and enjoy woodworking, try this wooden charging station that will give you the space you need for all phones and tablets (Lil ‘Luna). 14) Free up a junk tray and add electrical multi-port tape at the back of the tray to create a hidden charging station (Atticmag). Use our pot tray organizer tutorial to build your own wooden organizer. Drill the hole and cut the notch as seen in the back of each compartment. 15) Add a “tech cabinet” to your clay room and install an outlet on the bottom rack (a bowl full of lemon). 16) Sew two bags of fabric, maybe one for each person, with a preferred fabric and include pockets for electronic devices (Home Storage Solutions 101). Great for kids! 17) Cut a slot in the back of the cabinet and add a multi-port plug to create a large space charging station (Wayfair). 18) Check out this DIY charging station + wall shelf with hidden storage. Plans & Tutorial by Engineer Your Space 19) Turn a woven basket into a compact charging station (and mini table) by mounting it to the wall and adding a shelf (Jenna Sue Design). 20) Use stacked letter trays to hold all of your chargers, from small phones to large tablets (So Love That, Blog No Longer Available) 21) Add a thin wooden strip to a decorative hinged lid box to create an adorable charging station you’ll be proud to display (Centsational Girl ). 22) Painted in fun hues, this tiny drawer has been transformed into the perfect charging station for a teen’s room (Tatertots & Jello). 23) This cool, simple charging station uses IKEA Fintorp rail and basket to put your charger and decor where you want them (via Hometalk) 24) Since electronic devices are the most useful gadgets today, it only makes sense to ship them in a vintage toolbox (Midwest Living). 25) If you have a silver kit that you never use, you can easily reuse it as a charging station (Tatertots and Jello). 26) Cut holes in the back of a wooden tray and add patterned paper to create a cute and easy DIY charging station (A Smith of All Trades). Create your own stairs with our Wooden Tray Building tutorial. See our collection of vintage maps for printing lining for your cans. So many options! Which one will you manufacture? More great ideas for organizing and decorating in your home: Please install this then come with us on all of our platforms: Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest and Facebook. Originally Posted on 12.18.2015 // Updated 01.29.2021 Pinterest Facebook Twitter Remodelaholic is a participant in Amazon Services LLC Associates, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a way for sites to earn ad fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Please see our full disclosure here. Published: February 11, 2021, File under: DIY, Desk, Organizational Items, Organize Tagged: Desk, DIY Kitchen Storage, Entrance, Home Office, Organize, Organize, Top 25 About Elisa I am Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband, our two girls Little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay home with my two kids and read and write in my spare time. I also love doing DIY projects, finding new recipes on Pinterest, and dreaming about completing our house some day. Above all, I love learning about new things and sharing my new knowledge with others.