Credit: Michael Fehmers

Artwork Wall
Bedroom TV
Covering the TV
Bathroom TV
Hidden TV
Sitting Wall Construction
Rack Being Set Up
Page 1 of 1 pages

< Previous  |  Next >
Slide 6 of 8

In addition to the iPad being convenient for the homeowner to use, enlisting the iPad as a control device significantly reduced the need for switches on the walls, which satisfied the homeowner’s need for non-intrusive technology. Buttons on the tablet can do everything several switches on the wall could. Still, for on-the-spot control as you enter a room, nothing beats a keypad by the doorway and in other strategic locations. CBA installed several Lutron seeTouch keypads throughout the space. Each keypad was fitted with six buttons, each programmed by CBA to operate a specific group of lights, the shades, the skylight, the mirror TV, and other features.

Read more: Artwork, Mirrors Hide A/V Treasures in 2,000 Square-Foot Master Suite

Sponsored by: