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Smart Tech That Gets Your Personal Design Style

Tech for tech’s sake doesn’t work if it doesn’t blend seamlessly into your life. From motorized blinds and automatic locks, to sleek kitchen appliances and subtle screen projectors, HGTV Smart Home 2017 features gadgets, which come in various finishes that work anywhere.  

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Photo: Brittany Ambridge. From: Tiffany Brooks.

Wow-Worthy Windows

These clever drapes and blinds are a dream come true— use an app to schedule their opening and closing, so you don’t have to fuss with them day in and day out. They come in a number of different styles, fabrics, and colors so you can match it perfectly in any room you want them in.

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Photo: Brittany Ambridge. From: Tiffany Brooks.

Plug-In Convenience

If you’re like me and need a million things plugged in but get bothered by the outlets getting in the way of each other, this collection will be your best friend. Beautifully designed in a show-stopping cube shape, this collection makes your outlets feel less archaic and more stylish. With a series of different finishes (an array of colors and metals), these outlets feel at home wherever it’s installed. 

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Photo: Tomas Espinoza. From: Tiffany Brooks.

Locks You'll Love

Say goodbye to searching through your bag to find your keys to unlock your front door, or hiding a key under the mat for your dog-walker. These smart locks allows you to unlock your front door with your smartphone, or give access to guests. Best part? You don’t have to change your favorite existing door hardware (and its color range match with most).

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Photo: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography. From: Tiffany Brooks.

High-Tech Meets High Design

This sleek all-in-one desktop PC brings a whole new perspective to desktop computing. The design features a stunning 34” curved display that is elegant and stylish plus a wireless keyboard to minimize unnecessary cords. Its curves would look at home in a modern office or a more traditional desk, like the one in the home’s tech closet.     

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