Hidden AV

Keeping Audiovisual Equipment Out of Site & Out of Mind When Not in Use

Whether you’re a builder, interior designer, architect, or a homeowner embarking on a remodeling or new home project. One of the best approaches to designing aesthetically pleasing spaces is keeping the audiovisual equipment out of site and out of mind when not in use.

We call this hidden AV. Hidden AV is perfect for urbanites with less square footage and homeowners who don’t want their entertainment system to be the focus of their living room. TVs can double as mirrors in the bathrooms, be hidden behind artwork, or designed to blend in so well, you would never know it was there until you needed to use it.

From drop down projectors and motorized screens to invisible speakers and hidden thermostats that utilize temperature sensors, here you can learn to form your space in new ways to create a fuller sensory experience.

With technology playing a more prominent role in the functionality of a home, knowing how to blend audiovisual and other home technology in with the interior design of the home is important.

Hidden AV

Modern Technology

Don’t make technology an after thought; think about how you can seamlessly integrate it into any space.

Hidden Technology

Staying True to the Aesthetic Vision of Your Space

Stay true to the aesthetic vision of your space by blending your home technology with the architecture and décor. The key to great home design is hidden technology.

Clean lines enhance the look and flow of a room. But home technology can easily disrupt the wow factor of any space. With hidden technology, you have the ability to transform a room in a matter of seconds without sacrificing your design.

Through hidden technology, you can take everyday items such as TVs and speakers and have it disappear as quickly as it appears when you need to use it. With hidden home technology, you can create a space that is both aesthetic and functional.

Making the technology disappear when not in use is what every interior designer, builder, and modern homeowner desires. Thanks to the functionality of hidden home technology, anyone can harmonize the elements of any room.

Thanks to the functionality of hidden home technology, anyone can harmonize the elements of any living space…

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Techorating

Functional Stylish Environment
Techorating is a term used to describe the art of blending technology with a room’s interior design and décor.

Techorating

Techorating is a term used to describe the art of blending technology with a room’s interior design and décor. The blending of modern technology with the art of decorating to create a functional, yet stylish environment is how LG described it when they first coined the term Techorating. The beauty of techorating is that it enhances the décor of any room by offering a minimalist look for a premium, multi-sensory viewing experience. Don’t make technology an after thought; think about how you can seamlessly integrate it into any space. The idea is for the technology to meld into the background, not overpower the room. Thanks to the growing number of devices that are coming online, it’s easier than ever to make techorating a central component of any remodel or new design.

Enhancing The Décor

Techorating is a term used to describe the art of blending technology with a room’s interior design and décor.

Making Technology Disappear

Having a stunning and spacious kitchen is not enough these days. Everyone is looking for fresh ways to make their lives simpler and more beautiful. Which is why smart home technology is an essential addition for every modern kitchen. Want to learn more about hiding home technology, smart home system and controls, and audiovisual equipment? Over the next, few weeks we be covering topics related to hiding the AV. Next week, we will cover the hidden home theater set up (drop down projectors, motorized screens, and speakers that disappear when you are not using them). If you need help seamlessly blending modern technology with the design and décor of a home, we can help! Together we can form your space in new ways to create a fuller sensory experience with technology that elevates the at home experience! To book your complimentary consultation call us today (760) 505-7461.

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