Ikea has unveiled a range of furniture fitted with wireless charging spots for mobile devices.
The Home Smart range will initially include lamps, bedside tables and a coffee table as well as individual charging pads for any surface.
Ikea has used the wireless charging standard QI, which is also supported by Samsung in its latest handset, the S6.
Environmental group Friends of the Earth urged caution over the recyclability of such products.
The Swedish furniture firm will sell charging covers for incompatible iPhone and Samsung models.
There are currently more than 80 QI-compatible handsets and 15 QI-enabled cars on the market according to QI's backers the Wireless Power Consortium, an industry body whose members includes Belkin, Motorola, Panasonic and Sony.
However it is not the only charging standard in development.
The S6 will also be compatible with PMA, a rival wireless charger solution provided by the Power Matters Alliance, whose members include Starbucks, Duracell Powermat, Huawei and Lenovo.