It took one simple redesign to turn the plug-point into a neat wire-organizer
Loose wires are incredibly ugly and dangerous. Not only do they stand the chance of getting entangled in something (like your foot, cat, Roomba, etc.) but they’re also just plain unsightly. An unkempt wire can absolutely ruin a space’s aesthetic, and it takes a pretty keen and determined eye to spot the problem and set out to fix it.
Determined to never have random loose wires corrupt the visual balance of his spaces, Andrew Ferrier designed the Cable Cradle, a simple, innovative twist on the plug-point. Ferrier’s redesigned plug-point comes with an extended lip that gives you a channel to wrap your spare wires around. Almost like a thread and a spool, the wire can be looped as many times as needed to make your space look neat, and to prevent you from accidentally tripping over that pesky little wire that’s aimlessly strewn across the floor. Ferrier even built a nice ridge on the top of the Cable Cradle to allow you to rest your phone on it, so you can charge your phone and dock it too! GENIUS!
Designer: Andrew Ferrier