The Perfect Blend of Style and Technology for Your Clients’ Homes
If you’re an interior designer in today’s rising wave of smart homes, you’re constantly thinking about how to blend home automation, functional design, and luxury in your projects.
Among the many home automation solutions that can help boost the value and style of any home with no intrusion is motorized shades. From convenience and energy conservation to enhanced décor, motorized shades are a perfect addition to any interior design project—especially as the weather gets colder in Salem, Oregon this winter season.
In this blog, we’ll explore four ways motorized shades are sure to elevate your next interior design project and boost the value of your clients’ homes. Just keep reading to learn more.
Take advantage of smart automation technology to help your homes stand out to potential buyers
The rise of home automation technology has raised the bar for what buyers expect from builders, architects and designers. Homeowners simply expect more technology in their houses, and they expect it work seamlessly while not disrupting the home’s aesthetic. So how do you unravel this knot of interconnected building challenges? Room Service Integrated Solutions is here to help, and we’ve put together this guide to improving the home lighting design for your building projects in the Portland, OR region.
Simplify your smart technology with Control4 home automation
Whether you’re a newbie to home automation or have already installed some smart devices, the key to a reliable, adaptable system is the control interface. You want your smart home system to run smoothly, and to do that, we recommend Control4 home automation. They aren’t the only game in town when it comes to control systems, but their devices’ adaptability and ease of use make them a leader in the field. If you’re curious about home automation and live in the Portland area, here’s why you should go with a Control4 home automation system.
Experience the benefits of home theater automation
You’ve probably heard some version of the old story about how it’s easier to break a group of sticks individually than it is to break them if they’re bound together. There’s a similar truth in the world of home automation: Systems work better when they’re integrated than they do as separate entities.
This is particularly true when it comes to setting up your home theater. To get the most from your home theater automation, you want to be sure that it is linked to the control system for the rest of your home. We’ve put together this blog to show homeowners along the Oregon Coast the benefits of integrating these systems in your house.