Trends are always changing and evolving and so is technology. Adding technology to your bathroom can be a useful asset and offer conveniences you didn’t realize were accessible. Keep reading to learn more about how you can turn your bathroom into a smart bathroom.
What’s a smart bathroom?
If you haven’t heard the term “smart bathroom” before, it means you have smart home devices that are connected to your internet and help provide control and customization of your experience in your bathroom.
How can I make my bathroom into a smart bathroom?
You can make your bathroom as advanced as you would like and most smart bathrooms are easy to implement. Here is a list of ways you can make a smart bathroom.
There are a ton of options you can choose from that include showerheads with inserts for essential oil pods or a waterproof speaker inside the head to help you flex your shower singing. There are also showerheads that automatically keep a steady water temperature and could save up to 50% of water usage.
Interactive LED mirrors
Similar to a heads-up display in cars, an interactive LED mirror can display the time, calendar, weather and more, ask questions and control other smart devices in your home.
Nothing feels worse than taking a warm shower in the middle of a Wisconsin winter and then stepping out on a cold floor. Add a touch of luxury to your bathroom with heated floors. Using radiant floor heating is more energy efficient and could free up space on the wall compared to a traditional radiator.
Privacy glass windows
Add a sleek and modern feel to your bathroom with adjustable privacy glass. These can switch from clear to frosted so you can control the transparency of your windows.
Similar to a smart showerhead, smart faucets can help reduce the amount of water used. Some smart faucets have the ability to preheat or pre-cool the water so you don’t get a shock to your hands with any extreme water temperatures.
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