Counter space is at a premium with a total of five tablets and two phones in the house. It's not uncommon to have more than one device charging at once.
For about $30, here's how we beat the pile of tech-and-hastily-wrapped-cords left to charge in the kitchen.
Mail Sorter > Device Charger
Find a mail sorter to fit your taste and space. After measuring a kitchen cabinet, we picked up a wall-mounted mail sorter from T.J. Maxx. Look for something lightweight but sturdy (if the sorter is completely enclosed, you'll need to drill for cable access.
Drill holes for cable access. Make them just wider than the width of your largest cable (for us, a legacy 30-pin Apple connector).
Add mounting screws according to the specs of your sorter (or, if not natively wall-mountable, add mounting hardware).
Fish the cables through the sorter with enough slack to easily attach the devices.
To keep the cables out of site, cut down self-adhesive cable cover to fit. Mount the cover under the cabinets (or somewhere out of site). I'd previously replaced our standard outlet with a 2-pole USB charger.