Look! Hidden Electrical Outlets in the Kitchen

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(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)

Take a look at this kitchen, part of a house created from an old railway station in England and featured in the New York Times. Over at Apartment Therapy they pointed out one very cool feature of this kitchen, and we’re curious what you think about it. Take a close look – do you see any electrical outlets here other than the ones in use by the toaster and the ubiquitous electric kettle?

No? Look again…

They’re hidden under the counter!

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(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)

We love this space-saving device, which also makes the walls less cluttered. What do you think, though, and do you make use of anything like this in your kitchen?

• Full story: A Home on the Tracks at The New York Times

(Images: Jonathan Player for The New York Times)

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