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8 years ago
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Home technology is now its own market.

It has an almost endless line of possibility, from the kitchen, to the bathroom, to the car, technology progression is trying to make everything manageable. 

Smart Window Blinds

Sick of getting venetian blind cords all tangled? Window-blinds are a thing of the past - new window blinds are smart, automatic and controllable by your smart phone, or even by the weather.

Whether the weather is grim or sunny, the blinds will adjust accordingly, and if you have it tied into your led lights, it will even coordinate when to have the lights on or not. 

These are available here, through Hunter Douglas.


Aromatherapy Diffusers

Scent is an important factor to any home - a home that smells and looks nice implies organisation, cleanliness and warmth. 

So if you’re done with burning incense sticks, or burning oil, then this is the device for you.

Aromatherapy diffusers are what they say, they emit a smell through puffs of cloud-like smoke - but it isn’t smoke. What the diffuser does is that it breaks down water, whilst infusing it with your chosen scent - then transforms it into a microscopic cool mist that dissipates into your space.

Our favourite one is available at Husk here for $110.



This is the ultimate wireless speaker if you care about sound and design - BeoLab18 speakers are a piece of art and craftsmanship.

Available in a variety of finishes, the BeoLab18 is made by renowned audio and visual makers Bang & Olufsen. 

Aside from the remarkable facade and structure the BeoLab18 operates on a frequency unused and unaffected by other wireless networks - providing a sound quality unmatched by other wireless speakers.

Whilst not cheap, at almost $7,000, there is no question the BeoLab18 would suit almost any home, or home studio.