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Take Steps to Prevent Unwanted Sound Transfer with Acoustic Wall Treatment

Unwanted noise transfer can be a problem in smart homes, as the increased use of technology can lead to louder environments. Whole-home audio systems, for example, can be a great way to enjoy music and movies throughout the house, but they can also get loud if not managed properly.

There are several ways to reduce unwanted noise transfer in a smart home. One option is to use acoustical wall panels. These panels are made from sound-absorbing materials and can be hung on walls to help reduce sound transmission, while also adding a touch of aesthetic appeal through their decorative designs.

Other interior design ideas that can help limit sound transfer include using thick carpets, rugs, and curtains. These materials can help to absorb sound and reduce the amount of noise that is transmitted from one room to another.

Control Utility Costs While Boosting Aesthetics With Smart Lighting

Smart lighting is an essential part of any home automation system. It can help reduce energy consumption and boost aesthetics by providing a range of lighting options that can be adjusted to suit any mood or occasion. From LED bulbs to smart plugs and switches, there are many ways to deploy smart lighting in interior design.

LED bulbs are the most popular choice for smart lighting. They are energy efficient, long-lasting, and easy to install. They can be programmed to dim, change color, or even turn on and off automatically. Smart plugs and switches can be used to control existing lights and appliances. They can be programmed to turn off when not in use and can also be used to control multiple lights at once.

Smart lighting can also be used to create a range of lighting effects. For example, you can use motion sensors to turn on lights when someone enters a room, or you can use dimmers to create a softer, more ambient atmosphere. You can also use color-changing bulbs to create a range of different moods and atmospheres.

Get Started On Your Smarter Future Today

Smart homes are the wave of the future, and the future has officially arrived in 2023. If you live in the west Los Angeles area and are looking for ways to optimize your smart home, contact Defined AV for a consultation today! 

This article is provided by Stephanie Rogers for use by Defined Entertainment Design Inc.  

Stephanie Rogers is a freelance writer that enjoys sharing her love for writing with others. She primarily writes about home remodeling, interior design ideas, and landscaping, but lately has started writing more about her passion for Music. She lives in her hometown of Phoenix, Arizona where she enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, Chino. Stephanie’s work as a freelance writer can be found on Building Product Advisor, a construction industry resource site.


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