How hidden kitchen outlets can streamline your design & ways to hide them

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The easiest way to hide your outlets is to have an electrician install a power strip underneath your uppers. This will not only give you a decent amount of outlets (perfect for all of those small kitchen appliances!), but it will also seamlessly hide them. This allows you to have a clean and clutter-free backsplash. It will also keep cords in order in your kitchen since these power strips aren’t practical for having gadgets permanently out on your counters. Legrand’s Plumgold systems is a trusted brand on the market, and you can choose the length, color, and voltage that works best for your project. For example, the Wiremold system is available in either 3- or 5-foot long power strips, allowing you to choose the one that best fits your upper layout.

The cost of these strips varies depending on which brand you get and how long the strip is. For example, the 3-foot Wiremold strip is an affordable $55 at Lowe’s. It has six outlets which are spaced 6 inches apart. However, DirectCabinet’s patented Slim Angle Power Strip is just 2-feet long with four outlets, but it’s $263. This could be worth the price for some due to the fact that it’s angled, making it more convenient to plug in and unplug appliances. You will have to choose a strip that works best with your needs and budget. 

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