Inwe constantly think about decor. With all the technology we bring in, we want it to still look like a stylish and relaxing space – not overrun by machines.
We've learned a lot on the way how technology can do tricky decorating tasks – how to– so much easier, and how to seamlessly integrate smart home devices into your home. We Learned Here:
Start with Paint
Do your walls need a fresh coat of paint? You do not have to start the process (and should not) by staring at rows of color chips at the hardware store.
Many large color brands, includingWeb sites where you can use photos of your room to virtually color your walls. This gives you the opportunity to see what a color shade will look like before you even go to the store.
If you've ever tried to find a color, you know it's hard to get just the right color if you do not know the original color and color. Here, too,with matching apps. You can also buy special that are expensive but can work better than an app.
Need inspiration for your walls? Try one of those famous shades.
Now add art
Your paint is dry, but what if your walls are bare? If you do not already have a supply of artwork, building a collection can be expensive, and it's hard to find pieces that better reflect your personality than the generic art you find in a big shop.
Try Densenio and Society6, where you'll find thousands of artworks that fit every taste and budget. Ready to design these pieces? Avoid the high cost of custom frames with sites like Framebridge or Etsy.
Looking for the ultimate art experience at home? Look at the picture frame (above). It brings museum-quality artwork to your home that would otherwise only be available at a million-dollar auction. At $ 899, it's not even remotely cheap, but you get access to thousands of famous pieces.
Hop it right
Now that you have your art, your next step is to hang it up. What looks like an easy task can feel hard, but it does not have to be. With just a few supplies, you canevery time.
Just like hanging photos and art, mounting your TV on the wall can be daunting. It's a great way to position your TV perfectly in your room, but you need to have a game plan to get it right. Otherwise, you could throw your expensive new TV on the floor.
Here are theon the wall space
It's exciting to bring new technology into your home, but it can also be lightweight with it Collide with your interior design. Smart speakers may seem out of place, televisions can cause a large black hole on the wall, and cables can look chaotic. The good news is that it's not hard to create harmony between gadgets and decor.
Although Amazon designed itsspeakers to look good in your home, there's really no camouflage that they're speakers. However, there are ways to customize to match your decor.
If you want to spend some serious money, you should upgrade your TV to integrate it into your facility. Samsung'slooks literally like a framed piece of art on the wall and has a catalog of available artworks so you can change it every hour, every day or whenever you want.
Bring some green
Nothing can breathe life into a room, just like plants. They are great for maintaining air quality and adding an organic element to your décor.
If you consider yourself a black thumb, hope is not lost. There are many plants that can be successfully grown in the house without effort.
One should start with a. Just a pot or two and some space in your kitchen is all you need. If you're taking herbs that need a lot of water, like basil, try one of these to keep them hydrated.
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