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There are always numerous ways in which we can freshen up a home, but thanks to the continual advancements made around technology, more of us are adding various gadgets around the house alongside a lick of new paint or a trendy new sofa, too. It’s the way of the world now.
Modern technology is booming, which is why it comes as no surprise to see it make its impact in the world of interior design. The options are endless as an array of trendy gadgets continually hog the limelight, and an increasing amount of companies look to tap into what is a huge market. The new pieces of tech and smart gadgets can be hard to keep track of, especially for those of us who aren’t as tech-savvy as some. We’ll still try and give them a go, though, right? Some of them are easy to set up and use too, of course.
With an array of smart gadgets for the home flying off the shelves over the last few years, we thought we’d go through some of the best of them. Maybe one or two might just tickle your fancy?
Nanoleaf: Square Light Changing Panels
Keen to add a bit of colour into your home? Well, if so, then you really can’t beat the futuristic and frankly cool addition of a Nanoleaf Canvas starter kit. Coming with a selection light changing colour panels that all can be controlled with a smartphone, this is a piece of technology that can well and truly transform a room. You’ll enjoy movies more; there’s the potential to get in the gaming zone that bit better thanks to its futuristic style lighting which could help you be in with a strong chance to win blackjack online in the United Kingdom, alongside creating an all-round relaxing and chilled vibe in most rooms in the house. It’s not cheap, though, but it’s most definitely worth it.
AXIS Gear: Smart Motorized Shades Controller
A great way of saving money on heating bills, creations like the AXIS Gear: Smart Motorized
Shades Controller does a fantastic job of automating blinds. The device is compatible with most setups too, fitting onto most window shades that come with a beaded chain. It’s not an ugly looking creation either, sitting nicely in any room.
Lenovo Smart Clock
Some clocks can be chunky, ugly, and annoyingly noisy, therefore making perfect sense to switch to a more up to date and quiet product like the Lenovo Smart Clock. Not only does it look smart, but it comes fully equipped with the Google assistant, it has easy to use touchscreen functionality, and also comes with an array of customisable clock faces, alongside a whole host of other worthwhile features. It’s more than just a clock.
Apple HomePod Mini
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A stunningly beautiful and incredibly clever little device, the Apple HomePod Mini is capable of hosting your favourite podcasts or entertaining friends and family with some of your favourite tunes. Ideal for high-quality Apple Music or AirPlay tunes, you can do a range of other things too, such as sending iMessages or making use of its voice recognition feature.
Amazon Smart Oven
Made by Amazon, this 4-in-1 microwave packs one hell of punch and looks very slick. This unique creation is an air fryer, a food warmer, a convection oven and – what it looks like – a microwave. You can even control it via voice control with any Alexa devices you might have too.
Other gadgets worth considering are Orbi Mesh WiFi 6 System, Philips Hue Wake Up Light and Ulo: The Interactive Surveillance Camera.