Why sacrifice style for technology? There’s no need to! Check out these amazing gizmos that lend a helping hand to your décor, while giving you the tech cred you deserve.
Transparent TV by Michael Friebe
Hiding the television inside of an entertainment unit or keeping a black flat screen displayed on your wall aren’t the only options for television storage. In fact, Michael Friebe has designed an almost entirely transparent TV that blends in with its surroundings. This allows the room to remain visually unaltered by the presence of the TV and allow the room to flow.
RIMA Lamp by Matthias Pinkert
This sleek, stylish lamp is wireless and won’t to the pile of cords building at the end of your desktop. It’s designed to shed light wherever you’re working. The sliding circles allow you to control the LED lights, lighting an entire desktop or just the pages of the book you’re reading in a single swipe. This will surly add to the appeal of working from home.
IKEA Furniture TV
Recently, IKEA released the design on their newest product line, UPPLEVA. This amazing product contains an LED TV, a wireless sound system, internet connection, CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray player all in one simple piece of furniture. Not only is it easy to use, because it’s controlled by just one remote, but it eliminates visible wires and the need for many different electronics you have around the home.
The Nest Thermostat keeps your home warm, cool, and energy efficient all while looking very sleek. Apple recently released an app that allows you to control the Nest Thermostat from anywhere you are. You won’t even mind having this clever design hanging on your wall. Finally, an excuse to ditch your chunky thermostat.
Libratone wireless speakers are a throwback, in the best way. They’re easy to use and compatible with all of the latest wireless gadgets like iPads and iPhones and iPods. They also work for TVs. Design-happy homeowners will love the chic retro feel of the speakers while audiophiles will cheer because these speakers have amazing sound quality.
This article was written by Erie Construction.