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Cubic Switchplate Cover Turns on the Style

by Lambert Varias
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Electrical outlets are just one of those things that we don’t really notice or think about, partly because we see them everywhere and we use them all the time, and partly because, well, there’s really nothing to look at. Just two (to four) holes with a plastic cover. If you’re the type of person who doesn’t want to his or her eyes to be contaminated by such a dull (albeit useful) fixture, try slapping on a Cubic Switchplate over your outlets.

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What the- is that a box?! What’s up with that outlet?! Actually the cover is just 3 mm thick:

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The lines and the position of the holes make it look like the outlet is jutting out of the wall:

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You can order the Cubic Switchplate at Design Glut for only $8 (USD). It comes in black and white. Me? I’d rather have mustaches or Ultimate Warrior masks on my outlets.

[via Cool Material]

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