A Google home mini stand poweroutlet holder/stand! Just fit in your original google home mini adapter, swist the wire a few times, and plug it in. The google home mini is verticaly mounted, which is quite nice since it's mounted against the wall, it causes less echoing sound.
It's easy printable without any supports. Pla will be just fine for this print! No need to change the oriëntation of the part, I've already done that for you ;)
One of the difficulties designing a poweroutlet stand for a google home mini, is that it's required to be very regit and elegant looking at the same time. One more problem could be a breaking wire, if it needs to make any unnatural bents. I've figured out, that I'd be better of making the bottom a bit wider, so the cable wouldn't break. Also you see the cable on top, that's just to prevent it from breaking. You can get it bend tighter, but that would enlardgen the chance of breaking. Since you want to be able to twist the wires easily, I've made 2 little blocks to prevent them from untwisting, these are printable thanks to a small 45 degrees champher without supports.
I printed this google home mini POWEROUTLET stand in Navy blue PLA from DevilDesign. Print settings were 60mm/s and 210*C. Printed on my Ender 3