Let the Sound Take Center Stage Instead of the Speakers
Relative Can Hide Your Whole Home Audio System
Technology is all around us. Electronic devices permeate our lives and occupy much of our time throughout the day. Perhaps you need to unplug from it all and want to hide the technology within your River Oaks or Austin home. The technology integrators at Relative Home Systems are ready to help. We’ll make you aware of the available options and guide you in selecting electronic components to blend into your interior decor.
Speakers Should Be Heard, Not Seen
There’s nothing quite like the sound of classical music streaming throughout the various rooms in your home. With whole home audio, it’s important to take into account the appearance of your system. Cumbersome technology can be hidden away, out of sight, so guests are able to focus on your elegant décor instead. Relative Home Systems recommends in-wall or in-ceiling speakers that fade away into your space while still producing remarkable sound. By using acoustically transparent fabric, we can also hide speakers in a variety locations.
Cover Up Those Cables
Most technologies, no matter how sophisticated, usually require running wires and cables that can be quite unsightly. Fortunately, the professionals at Relative can make them nearly invisible. Installing wires and cords along the trim or through the walls can bring a seamless look that does not obstruct your interior design. Other options include installing wire under carpeting, through the ceiling, or along baseboards using “flat” cables.
Let the TV Become a Piece of Décor
Gone are the days when the furniture layout of your living room or bedroom was based on the placement of your television. Using motorized lifts, TVs can emerge from a cabinet at the end of the bed, drop down from the ceiling, or appear from underneath a piece of art work that effortlessly slides away. Another appealing option is the vanishing mirrored TV by Seura, which is a television when you want it to be and a mirror when you don’t.
Conceal Home Theater Electronics
Keep your living room clutter-free by hiding receivers, DVRs, game systems, and other home theater components. When selecting where to hide them, an integrator can help you decide the best option and help you keep in mind that electronics need ventilation so as not to trap heat and ruin sensitive circuitry.
No matter what component of technology you want (or have) in your home, the experts at Relative Home Systems have a solution to make it blend seamlessly into your living space. Think you’ve got a challenging space in your home? Let us design a seamless system that’s heard and not seen.