Having a charging station at home might seem inconsequential, but it's important. You can plug your cell phones or tablets into your wall socket and because of nowhere to place it, you might decide to hang it or set it in several ways which might damage your charging cord.
In this article, we have put together 24 DIY Charging station ideas that you can make from the comfort of your home without having to spend much.
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1. DIY Charging Station
This amazing charging station is so big that you can also keep other things like your car or house keys, wristwatch, wallets and lots more.
This charging station was made with plywood, MDF boards, and other woodworking tools and materials. The making process is quick and easy to follow. This station is also large enough to accommodate 2 tablets, 6 phones, and a few other items.
2. DIY Simple Charging Station Build
Are you looking for a simple charging station design to keep your cell phone safe while it charges on the wall? Here is the easiest but untidy way of making a simple charging station. All you need is a shampoo pet bottle or any other cream bottle that matches the size of your phone or power bank. It's simple and easy to use because you can easily hang it on the socket and keep your phone safe and close by while you charge.
3. How To Make A Charging Station
Here is another amazing wooden charging station that you can make with a laser cutter. You'll need a 25-inch thick plywood board, and a good laser cutter to cut the parts to form the station. This charging station is unique because all you have to do is plug your phone with the charging cord that is passed through the wood frame. This charging station can take only one phone at a time.
4. DIY Wireless Charging Station
In this modern 21st century, the charging of cell phones has become wireless, although lots of people still use cords of different types. Today, you'll be learning how to make a wireless charging station with ease. You'll need 2 wireless charges, scrap plywood, USB power supply, hardboard, wood glue, foam, screws, and lots more.
5. DIY Charging Station For All Electronics
This is the coolest and most attractive charging station on this list for me. You can charge all electronics from phones to tablets, headsets, Bluetooth speakers and lots more. It's easy to make.
6. DIY Custom Charging Station For Videographers
This is another custom charging station similar to the previous guide. The creator used a wall control pegboard, charging hub, wall control accessory kit, and lots more. The setup process is quick and easy to perform.
7. DIY Charging Station From Walnut And Brass
If you have a lot of Chromebook laptops and tablets at home without a favourable place to charge and keep them, you can try out this guide. The creator used some wood boards to make a base that will carry the Chromebooks, and some sort of vertical dividers for four spaces for several other Chromebooks to be charged at the same time.
8. Smart DIY Charging Station With LED Notification
With this guide, you can make a unique charging station with LED notifications. To make this you'll need lots of walnut wood boards and a few sophisticated woodworking tools. You can build the charging station but without the right tool, you can't make the LED notification area. Check the video guide description to learn more.
9. DIY Charging Station
This is indeed a family charging station, it's large and can take up to 6 phones and 2 tablets. It's always important to organise your stuff, with this guide all you need are a cardboard desk organizer, a multiple USB charging cable adapter connector, Jasco coordinate decor extension cords, an X-acto knife, tape, scissors, and pencil.
10. Easy DIY Charging Station
This is a beautiful charging station that the creator used an empty soap or lotion bottle to make. The creator cut the top part of the bottle off with scissors and used a few other supplies to finish the making process. The creator used cotton pads, glue, sandpaper, nail polish, ribbon, and lots more.
11. DIY Charging Station In A Nightstand
Take a look at this amazing charging station on a nightstand, won't you want to make this? Now, If you have a nightstand with drawers at home, it will be easy for you to make a charging station, you'll also need a few other supplies like small bins, an extension cord, charging cords, power strip, drawer liner, velcro fasteners, and a few more.
12. DIY Drill Charging Station
In this video guide, you'll be making a drill charging station, it's not an easy build, but it's possible. With the right tools and materials you have nothing to worry about, so check the description below the video to learn more.
13. DIY Smartphone Saving Station
Want to charge your smartphones without making a complex wood frame for a charging station, here is a guide that will show you how to use a rubber broom to make a simple charging station that works perfectly.
14. How To Build A Charging Station
This is an amazing charging station that you can build with some plywood and Brad nails. You'll just need a few basic woodworking tools to get the wooden frame ready. The steps are easy to follow.
15. How To Make A Fast Charging Station
Do you want a fast-charging station that charges your device faster than the normal rates? Here is a video tutorial guide that will help you build a fast-charging station with a 12V power supply which is enough to get the job done.
16. DIY Charging Station With Storage
This is a big-time charging station that was made with large storage space for woodworking tools. This charging station is perfect for your garage, where you store your tools. For the materials to make this, you'll need wood boards, hardwood, and basic woodworking tools. The making process is quick and simple to follow.
17. DIY Drill Charging Station
Here is another big-time charging station with storage space for 2 drills machines. You'll need MDF boards, plywood, Titebond II wood glue, polyacrylic, wood dowel, spackling, wood screws, spray paint, and basic woodworking tools. This is a sturdy charging station that can easily be hung on the wall for easy access.
18. DIY Hidden Charging Station
Do you want to charge your phone yet keep it out of reach and out of sight? Here is an amazing guide that will show you how to make a hidden charging station effortlessly. All you need is a box, velcro, power bar, and a hole drill.
19. DIY Tablet Charging Station
This is an amazing charging station that is meant for tablets because of the size of the station building. It's a wall-mounted charging station made with lots of pine board, a hole rack, a USB hub, and lots more.
20. Basket Charging Station DIY
You can use any material, as simple as a basket to make a charging station, and that's exactly what the creator did. The making process is quick and easy to perform with step-by-step instructions from start to finish. This is also an inexpensive project if you already have a suitable basket at home.
21.DIY Charging Station For Drill
Do you have lots of drill machines with nowhere to charge and keep them? Here is a sweet video guide with the how-to. The creator made this with dust proof bins.
22. How To Make A Charging Station
With this video guide, you'll have the privilege to make two amazing charging stations with ease. One is a tabletop charging station with vertical dividers to separate one device from the other, and the second is a box charging station.
23. DIY Mobile Charging Station For Home
In this video tutorial guide, you'll be making a simple small wooden charging station frame, with a few electrical components. The making process is quick and easy to follow, check the video to learn more.
24. DIY Decorative Box Charging Station
This is a simple decorative charging station, it can serve as a charging station and as a tabletop home decor. The creator bought a faux snakeskin box for $20 and got some small scrape wood to fit inside the box to hold the phones and tablet.
That's all for now, with this DIY project, you can now organize the random charging of phones and tablets at home with a simple easy-to-build charging station. So, scan through the list above, I know you'll find what you like that suits you. The best of luck and thanks for stopping by, cheers!
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