Picture this. After a long day of shopping or golf, you pull up to the private gated entrance at the front of your property. Its a crisp fall night and dusk has given over to the night.
Approaching your gate, a sensor attached to the front of your vehicle notifies the gate to open and as you proceed down the beautiifully landscaped drive, you see lights start to come on throughout your home, while beautiful music starts to play, and your favorite aroma is instantly dispensed into the air.
Wanting to just relax after you arrive, you punch in the command for turning on the hot tub, beverage warmer and heated towel rack, knowing it will be ready when you need it.
Crossing the threshold, lights behind you automatically shut off while lights in front of you instantly turn on, illuminating your path to the master bath where your blinds shut instantly as you enter, ensuring complete privacy.
Bathroom design by Karen Mills
After changing clothes, your pick up your warm towel and hot drink, crossing over the wonderful heated patio floor as you step into the warm water where you can now ponder your next move, the home theatre or curling up to a great book.
Now that’s what I call Living Large in a high tech home!
For more great information about designing living spaces to fit your needs, don’t miss Living Large with Kansas City’s designer Karen Mills this Sunday at 10AM CST on KMBZ on 981.FM or 980AM as nationally known interior designers and authors Thomas Pheasant plus Barclay Butera share their insights.
And if you want more details on how to create a high tech space, then tune into Living Large with Karen Mills in Kansas City this Saturday at 10:30AM CST on the KMBZ business channel on 1660AM as the DIY Network host of MegaDens shares her tips.
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