The Interior Designers' Starter Guide to Home Automation
The Basics of Smart Home Design in Miami Beach, FL
Smart home control is all the rage for new homeowners and others who are looking to upgrade their living spaces. For interior designers, that means staying on top of the game and getting well informed. With smart technology continuously changing and evolving, its style and designs do so as well. So if you’re a Miami Beach, FL interior designer looking for the essentials in smart home design, we’ve listed out some key features below. To take advantage of this smart technology, partner with Audio One on your project by clicking below.
A Centralized Network
A strong network can transform the easiness of smart home control in any house. With one centralized network, homeowners can access every component of their system from one source. Their main issue is they don’t want a cluttered space – excess wiring, obtrusive routers, and additional equipment. And the truth is, neither do you.
Luckily, to maintain the aesthetic both of you are going for, there are now routers that are small and stylishly designed. You can now display equipment in sight to maintain a powerful network connection, as opposed to shuffling them off into a storage area.
Automated Blinds and Shades
Motorized shades have endless benefits, but besides their obvious efficiency and everyday uses, they can also greatly enhance existing décor. These days, shades and blinds come in various patterns, styles, and designs. You can choose between honeycomb shades, blackout or brightly colored – or pick dual shading, so there is no compromise needed. Shades are a must in any smart home design, as they insulate the house, control light, and add the right elegant touch to any room.
An entertainment center in the home is where everyone gathers together at once. Whether it’s in a media room or private home theater, you can effectively design a space to be both for entertainment and everyday use.
4K projectors or screens that reject ambient light means they can be placed in a room that’s still well-lit. By putting in hidden speakers and projectors that hide when not in use, homeowners can now use the room for other activities. You can help design their perfect home cinema or media room with flair and comfort – and the ability to make it anything they want it to be, depending on their mood.
Smart home design doesn’t have to be complicated; you can easily integrate it into any home without compromising on style. To learn more, contact us at (305) 945-1230 or online through our contact page or the form below:
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