Every new house should have this ...
The kitchen I inherited when I bought my house had very little counter space. Food prep was a complete juggling act. My brother, who was a total foodie and amazing cook, groaned whenever he visited and endeavored to prepare a meal in my kitchen. So I built a food prep peninsula that juts out from one wall. It consists of a 2' x 4' butcher-block top above steel shelving where I store pots and pans. It worked great— for awhile.
But guess what I use it for now? Charging! It's covered with batteries for my lawnmower and my weed-whacker, a wireless charger for my cellphone, another for a hand-held electric chainsaw, multiple USB-A wall warts and USB cables of all sorts — mini, micro, USB-C. Occasionally I bring in a 12V lead-acid charger for a small SLA battery. It's a total mess! Any fantasies about using the counter for food prep have long-since vanished.
So it occurred to me that anyone contemplating building a new house should consider including a charging room in the design. A 6' x 6' space with a counter, cabinets above, and drawers below, along with ample AC outlets would suffice. And you could close the door on the entire mess.
It's not just me. When I visit friends' houses, I see chargers on the kitchen table, in the pantry, on home office desks -- anywhere there's an outlet available — and batteries stowed everywhere. So, architects out there: include charging rooms in your new home designs!