All In Design
Integrators from Think Simple partnered with acclaimed interior designer Phoebe Howard to modernize one couple’s beach home with new tech and tasteful cosmetics.
CE Pro Editors · June 25, 2019
Highlights from ICFF 2019 contemporary lighting and furniture expo included modern takes on chandeliers, wellness-centric steam rooms and at least one home-automation offering.
CE Pro Editors · June 19, 2019
ISE 2019: Wall-Smart’s deep relationships with home-tech device manufacturers allows the company to build and ship flush-mount solutions for the newest tech.
Julie Jacobson · March 08, 2019
65-inch weatherproof Seura TV and rugged outdoor lift hide behind a fake wood-storage cabinet that doesn’t hinder the old farmhouse feel.
Julie Jacobson · February 28, 2019
OEM GHSP displayed a connected kitchen prototype in its booth that included an edge-to-edge smart digital backsplash for smart home control.
Jason Knott · January 15, 2019
The Audiohouse in Vero Beach, Fla., treats clients and trade partners to a beautiful and functional space, rather than plunking them down in a dark home theater for a demo.
Lisa Montgomery · January 03, 2019
Long used in unattractive commercial installations, ultra-short-throw projectors paired with gorgeous Salamander credenzas and specialty SI screens make two-piece projection systems a beautiful option for the home.
Julie Jacobson · December 07, 2018
TCD software does the math and presents the visuals on speaker placement, screen size, projector lens throw, multi-tier seating, acoustic treatments and other home-theater characteristics.
Julie Jacobson · November 29, 2018
For UK integrator Thinking Bricks, The CEDIA Designer (TCD) software is more than a powerful, math-based home theater-design platform. It’s an exceptional marketing tool that validates pricey projects, engages interior designers, wins jobs and referrals.
Julie Jacobson · November 27, 2018
PREVIEW: CE Pro’s Top 5 Home Technology Trends for 2019 address opportunities and challenges for smart-home pros in wellness, low-voltage lighting, cord-cutting, architectural design and the labor crisis.
Julie Jacobson · November 20, 2018