Clever Ways to Disguise Your Smart Home Part 2
Even More Ways to Hide Your Home Automation Technology
You didn’t buy that beautiful La Jolla home to hide it under piles of clunky technology. Even if you love the convenience of home automation in every room, you may not want your devices to distract from your décor.
If you’ve been following our blog, you know a few clever ways you can hide your TV when it’s not in use.
In this blog, the second in a two-part series, we’ll discuss even more ways you can conceal smart tech and preserve your interior design.
Excited to learn more? Just keep reading!
There are few things better than listening to lossless audio in a dedicated listening space. That is, unless you can enjoy it in any room of your home.
But installing speakers in every room can quickly clutter up the space.
Instead, invest in in-wall speakers. Typically recessed within the wall or ceiling, in-wall speakers can either hide among your existing lighting fixtures or completely hidden from view.
Featuring sturdy enclosures that create resonant sound, even through thin layers of drywall that help hide them from view, in-wall speakers are a smart way to transform the sonic landscape of our home.
While it’s one thing to hide TVs within mirrors and behind artwork, you can also remove your video display from sight entirely with motorized lifts.
Whether you enjoy a traditional screen and projector combination or a more modern smart TV, they can quickly, quietly, and efficiently retract within the wall, ceiling, or furniture with the touch of a button.
Motorized lifts integrate with your other smart technology. When you combine controls under a single scene, you just tap one button to lower the devices and fire up the system. When you’re done, another tap will retract everything.
Now that summer is here, you’re likely going to enjoy the California sunshine in your backyard. That means you’ll want your AV components to deliver optimal sound.
But just like in your home, you don’t want clunky components cluttering up your landscaping.
Storing many of your components underground is the perfect solution. From subwoofers to outdoor amplifiers and even fiber-optic cabling, each part of your system that exists outdoors can remain hidden from view and deliver top-of-the-line performance.
Plus, when you run wires that connect to your indoor system, you can stream the same playlists and video content to your outdoor system.
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