You may be trying to stop pesky house-guests from charging their phones in your lounge, or just want a couple of secret sockets squirrelled away for yourself - either way, this Stekkerboek power board hides away in bookcases, disguised as a tome. Just don't let your guests start browsing your library, and those sockets should be all yours. [Stekkerboek via OhGizmo]
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