Murphy HouseModern Living Room, Melbourne

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Photo of a modern formal open concept living room in Melbourne with white walls, medium hardwood floors, a wood stove, a metal fireplace surround, a wall-mounted tv and brown floor. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to How to Maximise Wifi and Minimise Home Tech Hassles During Corona16 April 2020

Smart habits to startYou can reduce the risk of overloading your power points and cut your energy usage by getting into a few practical habits, says Neophytou. These include: Don’t plug a power board into another power board. This could overload the socket causing your home’s circuit protection to trip and even damage your electrical wiring.Where possible, charge devices via a USB port as the amount of power required is less and reduces the load on a single power point.Track your usage: the trick here is to know your consumption and which products are using the most energy. Consider investing in smart switches and sockets that allow you to monitor the consumption of individual appliances and lights.

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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Automate My Home?4 July 2018

For even greater convenience, you can pre-determine the settings on your automated system for lighting, heating and entertainment to suit different situations. For example, you could set the system to control various elements simultaneously, so that when you go to bed it turns off all the inside lights, switches on the security camera at the front door, adjusts the kids’ night lights, and switches off the heater – all with one swipe of your smart-screen remote or an app on your phone.

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Deirdre Avenell added this to Picture Perfect: 60 Mixed Materials in Homes Around the Globe14 May 2018

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sharon3986 added this to Curtin11 July 2020

This is an awesome solution for the fireplace and TV on the back wall of the lounge.

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