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Julia Fairley added this to 10 Ways to Create Screen-Free Time at Home10 May 2018

1. Limit the number of screens and TVs at homeI enjoy indulging in a Netflix binge on the sofa as much as the average person, though if we’re serious about cutting down on screen time, it helps to first cut down on the number of screens at home or introduce the concept of tech-free rooms at home.Research from The Australian Institute of Family Studies revealed that houses with more TVs logged longer watching hours than those with fewer; so it might be time to rethink that second TV or question if you really need a device in the kitchen. At the very least, hiding your TV may help – what’s out of sight is a little more likely to be out of mind.Living Rooms That Don’t Revolve Around the Box

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stowed added this to 10 Techy Ideas for 21st-Century Kitchens31 Jul 2016

1. Install central commandIf you’re building from scratch, or renovating a whole property, look into the feasibility of installing an automation system to control heating, lighting, sound (music streaming) and even window coverings. The ultimate in tech innovation, you can control all your utilities from one place. There are quite a few smart home systems on the market with functions to control different needs, so you could feel overwhelmed by the choice. The key is to write a list of what you specifically need in your own home. Then discuss the list and the layout of your property with a professional installer, who will be able to give you advice on the right system for you.

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friesiangirl added this to Electronics6 days ago

Install central command If you’re building from scratch, or renovating a whole property, look into the feasibility of installing an automation system to control heating, lighting, sound (music streaming) and even window coverings. The ultimate in tech innovation, you can control all your utilities from one place. There are quite a few smart home systems on the market with functions to control different needs, so you could feel overwhelmed by the choice. The key is to write a list of what you specifically need in your own home. Then discuss the list and the layout of your property with a professional installer, who will be able to give you advice on the right system for you.

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Kathy McDonald added this to Kitchen Ideas1 Sep 2019

Pendant Lights over island Bench

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Peter Yarraville added this to Peter's ideas31 Aug 2019

Space between extractor and cupboards

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Ai C added this to aithin's ideas16 Mar 2018

grey cabinets blue tiles white Benxhtop tops ?

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ismatmerchant14 added this to ismatmerchant14's Ideas23 Apr 2017

installing an automation system to control heating, lighting, sound (music streaming) and even window coverings. The ultimate in tech innovation, you can control all your utilities from one place

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