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Switch Up Your Switchplates

Julie Carlson March 21, 2012

Do I dare eat a peach? Do I dare have a bright orange switchplate in my kitchen?

We're tempted by Australian company HPM's line of Linea switchplates, which come in calm neutrals but also in six bright hues: sunshine, orange crush, bubblegum, cheeky boy blue, saucy red, and abracadabra (purple). The plates come in versions for power outlets, switches, light dimmers/fans, and data ports and are available to those lucky enough to live in Australia or New Zealand; contact HPM for ordering information.

Above: Linea switchplate in saucy red.

Above: Linea switchplate in ninja khaki.

Above: Linea switchplate in ghost gum.

Above: Linea switchplate in cheeky boy blue.

Above: A color wheel of shades on offer.

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