Autumn Winter 2016 Hive Kitchen Closeup

Control your kettle from your phone with a Hive Active Plug™

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Siow Yuen Wong added this to 4 Things Interior Designers Expect From Their Clients4 March 2020

4. Think about the little detailsClients should put time into thinking about ergonomics, lighting and even maintenance of materials and not just the big picture. “Most homeowners don’t like to spend too much time thinking about power points,” observes Chally Chee of Couple Abode. “They only realise after moving in that the power points are located in inconvenient places. It is quite a hassle to add power points after a reno.”

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David K Warfel at LightCanHelpYou.com added this to Is Smart Lighting a Smart Choice for You?17 June 2019

Assisted systems are gaining traction in the marketplace, but be careful to read the fine print before you go all-in. Most hubs will speak to a number of devices but not all of those available, and you may find that your smart bulbs, smart coffee maker or thermostat do not fully function with your hub. One rule of thumb will help: The fewer manufacturers you use, the easier to set up and maintain.

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glendyonline added this to Coffee Station Kitchen17 April 2019

Assisted system to control electricity consumption

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Bob Howell added this to Smart Home Ideas8 December 2018

Built in to outlet, phone, laptop plugs

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