Saturday, July 6, 2013

Brink's Home Security Push Pull!

You just get back from getting groceries and you decide you only want to make ONE trip from the car to the house because you are in a hurry! So you grab up all 6 bags - 3 in each hand - and hustle to the house as quickly as you can while the bags bang against your legs and your hands feel like they are going to rip open. You finally reach the door after what seems ages and you realize you are going to have to drop your bags to open the door! Your momentum is gone and you know the minute you put those bags down, you will not want to pick them all up at the same time again!


Monday, June 24, 2013

Go Green With Reclaimed Wood!

Wood, in general has great quality. However, people mistake reclaimed and antique wood  for being weak and prone to breakage but these notions are wrong. Since these types of wood are much older, the quality of the wood will also become better, making them an ideal choice to be used in homes, furnitures, walls, floors, decks and terraces.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

New Legrand Switch

Pop-Up switch from Legrand. The perfect solution for kids.

Nest Thermostat

Nest Thermostat

  • Programs itself – Nest programs itself based on the temperatures you set. Nest learns your personal schedule in a week and starts automatically turning down heating or cooling when you’re away to save energy. Nest will keep refining its schedule over time.
  • Saves Energy – Nest tracks the temperatures you typically set and guides you to more energy-efficient ones, displaying the green Nest Leaf as a reward when you set the temperature to a more energy-efficient setting. The Auto-Away™ feature uses sensors to detect when you’re not home, lowering the temperature and saving energy. You can also check Energy History to see how much you saved.
  • Connected – Connect Nest to your home’s Wi-Fi to control it from your laptop, smartphone or tablet. Change the temperature, adjust your schedule and check your energy usage.
  • Simple to Use – Rotate the outer ring to adjust the temperature. The display turns blue when cooling and red when heating. Push down to open the menu.

Tv Hidden In Mirror!

Candice Olson demonstrates the mirror tv concept on HGTV's Divine Design

Philippe Stark Designer


                Philippe Starck and Axor Organic Faucet
 The great feature is the two separate controls – one for volume of water and the other for temperature. The control at the end of the spout is what turns the faucet on and off, meaning your hands reach the water a lot quicker than they would with regular top-mounted knobs, thus saving water. The control at the top of the faucet controls the temperature of the water and it even comes with an energy-saving cold setting.