Nothing wows guests like a little high-tech gadgetry. Keep them from fumbling around in the dark looking for light switches by installing a Lutron Home Control system. They can download the app to control all the Lutron switches via your home’s Wi-Fi from the comfort of bed. Turn them off or just dim them to bring the vibe down a notch.
An armrest organizer is a great way to save space and keep devices from getting damaged or misplaced. Set the house rule that phones, tablets, and remotes STAY in the organizer and you’ll have zero drama next time you go to turn down the volume and take that phone call.
A long island houses a butcher block countertop, handy storage for cookbooks and barstools for eating or chatting with the cook. The stainless steel range hood, which runs the length of the island, provides integrated task lighting. A built-in bar area has open shelving for glassware, wine refrigerator, backlit wine racks and a flat-screen TV.
As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Martha and Alex installed new seating and a classic white dresser that holds a flat-screen television in the second floor master bedroom at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo.
As a result of flood damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's "Cousins On Call", rebuilt the Miller family's living room. With new modern furniture from West Elm, and ABC Carpet and Home and a newly designed fireplace that sits below an HD projector screen, this room has become hip, modern and high tech.
The home office is not only equipped with the latest technology, but also boasts a wall of custom cabinets and a large built-in desk. With two teal armchairs and a contemporary chandelier, the space is sleek and stylish.
Beneath the wood and steel overhang, guests will also find electric heaters, recessed lights, high-tech audio equipment and a screen that rolls down to offer shade from the sun. Two thickened stone walls frame views to the golf course and ski resort.
The fully-automated, high-tech San Francisco restaurant Eatsa is a modern spin on the automat. The restaurant features iPads on which customers order meat-free meals which are then delivered to small glass compartments so that customers can order, receive their meal and eat without interfacing with a single human being.
TriplePoint Design Build designed this modern media room with a minimalist aesthetic, allowing technology to take center stage. An attractive entertainment cabinet in gray wood was placed below a large flatscreen television and speakers for a stylish display of technology.
A mix of hexagon, square and rectangular stone tile breaks up the space visually in the master bathroom of HGTV Smart Home 2014. The glass-enclosed shower comes equipped with high-tech fixtures and features, including a built-in TV.
A clear glass tile backsplash provides a sleek, clean background for the stainless steel range hood and high-tech cooktop. It has a child safety lock, anti-overflow system and touchscreen capabilities for easy meal preparation. A stainless steel pot filler is mounted above to cooktop for convenience.
This sleek master bathroom features a water-efficient toilet with a motion-controlled cover and lid, heated seat and foot warmer. Built-in speakers make it easy to enjoy your favorite music even when taking a shower.
For this stunning bathroom, designer Candice Olson of Candice Tells All pulls out all the technology stops, including heated flooring, a steam shower and a remote-controlled toilet that features a nightlight, bidet and even a self-cleaning function. Large square tiles form the wall behind the freestanding tub adding glamorous sparkle. Candice brings character to the room by repurposing the homeowner's dresser as the vanity.
One of the goals in the creation of this home's outdoor space was to make it as open as possible. To that end, designers used clear railings around the pool and deck and kept all the elements on a low scale.