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What to Expect with Smart Lighting Control

What to Expect with Smart Lighting Control

As smart home automation grows more popular, one technology in particular is consistently in the spotlight: lighting control. As I speak with homeowners throughout Bellevue, Washington about smart lighting, the question I hear over and over again is “what’s going to be different?”

The short answer? A lot!

The slightly longer answer is that home lighting control technology is incredibly versatile, so you have many different choices about how your system is set up and what it’s designed to accomplish. So let’s take a deeper look at some of those options…

You Can Expect… A More Beautiful Home

Lighting plays a big role in making your home look its best. Poor lighting does little to accentuate artwork, furnishings, or architectural finishes.

The challenge is that adding more light isn’t always the answer. It’s about finding the perfect mix of natural and artificial light for each occasion and room. A Control4 or Lutron lighting control system does that automatically.

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The Best Technology for Interior Designers: Lighting Control

The Best Technology for Interior Designers: Lighting Control

Interior design is an art form. It’s no easy task to choose the perfect décor, color scheme, furniture placement, etc. to make a room flow or evoke a certain feeling. Technology is starting to make that task a little bit easier. Smart home devices are changing the game for interior designers, offering new ways to make each room look its best for any given occasion or activity.

One of the best technologies to implement into an interior design plan is lighting control. Keep reading to learn more about how automated lighting can enhance the look and feel of homes throughout the Seattle, Washington area.

The Need for Lighting Control

The amount and quality of light in a room (and where it’s located) can have a big impact on how everything looks. If you want to draw the eye to a portrait or sculpture, you’ll want ample lighting focused on that area. Too much light can make everything appear washed out. Too little light can make a room look dingy.

Up until now, the solution to this challenge was a strategic lighting design that included spotlights around artwork or architecture and lamps that you could turn on or off to adjust brightness as needed. This is a step in the right direction. However, with such a manual process, homeowners often find that getting that perfect lighting is more trouble than it’s worth. 

The better approach: lighting control.

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