Your flat is one of those places that you should feel safe and get relaxation after a tough day of working.
Having occupied a small room or space should not imply that you sacrifice being connected to home technology and sleek aesthetics; in fact, adding such a technology to your flat will make it more appealing than ever.
Here are some of the ways in which you can use modernization to make your flat a smart home.
- Adjust the Hue
Any given environment requires proper lighting and no one will feel at ease if the fluorescent lighting harshly exposes every crevice in your living room.
The Hue has been designed by Philips and its purpose is to see to it that the lighting in your flat is optimal. You can easily use it to control the lightning in your home depending on the time of the day and the occasion as well.
SmartThings also takes Hue to the next level by adding an additional layer for personalized control. Remotely control your lighting environment in every room or set mood lighting on a timer for when you return from the office.
- Securely lock up for mind peace
A secure locking system in a connected smart home monitoring is important to be certain that your flat is safe and intruders do not find their way in. among the top-of-the-line lock systems is Yale’s Keyfree.
- Home ambiance boosted by a soothing soundtrack
From romantic melodies to party jams, the Bose SoundTouch wireless music system can bring onboard any desired mood. Different songs can be simultaneously played in different rooms. Thus, as you are in a rock mode in your room, your flatmate may be busy in the reggae world.
- Keep a digital eye on your home
Living in a small space cannot be taken as an excuse of not investing in home security. A connected smart technology can be used to monitor your home.
You can simply use Samsung’s SmartCam HD Pro to keep an eye on your home with no strain. It is simple to install the connected camera and it will do everything; from a baby or pet to a home security system.
Not sure whether you locked your door? That is easy to solve. Just use your smartphone to find out your answer.
The technologies that we have described above are just a few of the many smart home technologies available.