The Adorne by Legrand Collection consist of hand-forged metal wall plates produced by American blacksmiths specializing in hand-crafted lighting fixtures. Created from nearly 2,000 degree heat, the collection is available in six lustrous metals: Black, Natural Iron, Mahogany, Dark Smoke, Burnished Steel and Bronze. The rugged aesthetic and unparalleled craftsmanship combined with a variety of tech-oriented light switches offer a win-win combination for a handsome design statement. The switches include the SensaSwitch (automatic on/off) the Wave (lights are turned on and off with wave of your hand) or Touch (made with capacitive touch screen technology, like an iPhone®). Dimmers are also available to help set the mood of a space.
Ario is the world’s ONLY 100% wire-free, HD, Indoor/Outdoor Smart Home Security Cameras for at home monitoring during the day and at night. These discreet, motion activated cameras initiate automatic recording and alert you via email or app notifications. Easy to set and place anywhere with a metal base, the Arlo wireless system will keep watchful eye over roommates and any suspicious activity while you are away.
With a strong reputation steeped in coastal luxe design, Harbour House is a finite balance between relaxed and plush indoor style. Balmoral Indoor sets the tone for the first Harbour House collection, think resplendent lounges with soft down cushions available in elegant grey and natural linen hues – neutral palettes are the easiest way to add warm simplicity to a space.
A houseplant is a great way to add some color and life into any room, especially during the Fall and Winter. You can purchase one for your desk, or you can make a grand statement with a floor plant. When purchasing a at home, Justin Hancock of Exotic Angel Plants considers the following:
- Pay attention to the plant needs; the easiest tip for success with your first plant is to put the right plant in the right place. Read plant labels to make sure the plant wants the kinds of conditions your indoor space offers.
- Look for characteristics you like; if you personify a plant, you’re much more likely to take good care of it. It is okay to name your plant!
- Consider factors such as your favorite color (many houseplants are variegated with other colors than green).