What I like to do is to buy a power-strip in the foreign country, then cut of its cord and replace it with a sturdy US-purchased plug. That way you don't have to modify your house or your appliances, but also don't have to use those cheap travel adapters.
If you do still want to modify your house it probably will not be as easy as when you upgrade an outlet to have USB ports because the junction box is not the same size and doesn't have the right screw holes (at least the ones that I saw in Thailand and Myanmar were not the same, although there seemed to be a wide variety so maybe you could find one), but there are electrical outlets designed for exactly what you are trying to do and sold in the USA! They are often installed in places like airports, and sometimes have the words "120v 60Hz" printed right on them. One example is the Leviton 5825-W, which can't accept as many varieties as you mentioned, but at airports in the US I've seen outlets that accept Australian and even UK plugs. I don't know the make or model number of those, but I guarantee the people building the US airports didn't buy them at a hardware store in Thailand :), so figuring out what brand those are would be better both because they match the junction box size and because they will comply with the US wiring codes (important both if you ever sell your house and if there is ever a fire at your house and the police or insurance company are investigating the cause).
(I realize that I'm responding to a question that is years old, but this page still comes up high on Google results, so hopefully this will be helpful to someone!)