July 22, 2024

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Smart Home Planning

The Best Smart Home Gadgets For Every Room


Smart home technology is becoming more and more common, so it’s important to know what it can do. In this guide, I’ll outline some of the best  smart home gadgets for every room in your house. From the kitchen to your garage, here are some great ways that you can make your home smarter than ever before!

The kitchen

The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home. It’s where you prepare food, eat together with family and friends, and make memories. And thanks to smart home technology, you can do all these things more efficiently than ever before!

You can use voice commands to turn on your coffee maker or microwave by saying “Hey Google/Alexa.” You can also set reminders so that when it’s time for dinner or breakfast–and even when someone needs their medication–you’ll be alerted by an app on your phone or smartwatch instead of missing out on anything important. Plus if there are kids running around inside the house while mommy is cooking dinner (or vice versa), they’ll never forget about it again: simply ask Alexa if everyone has taken their medicine yet!

The living room

The living room is where you spend most of your time, so it’s important to have the right smart home gadgets to make it comfortable.

Here are some of my favorite smart living room gadgets:

  • Smart lighting: You can turn on and off lights from anywhere with an app, so you never have to worry about coming home in the dark again. Plus, many lamps come with built-in sensors that detect when someone enters or leaves a room and adjust brightness accordingly–it’s like having a personal assistant!
  • Smart thermostat: If it gets too hot or cold in any room (or if you just want more accurate temperature readings), this device will do everything for you automatically without any effort on your part. No more setting up timers before going out because someone forgot about them; just set up rules based on location and whether people are home so they’ll stay comfortable until they return!
  • Smart TV: This one is pretty self-explanatory–smart TVs have apps built right into them so they can stream movies directly from Netflix or Hulu without needing another device like Chromecast Audio attached separately somewhere else nearby (which means less clutter!). And because many models today offer picture quality rivaling actual movie theaters themselves thanks largely due advances made during development stage rather than consumer demand alone (“what would be cool?”), there really isn’t anything better than watching TV at home now days… unless maybe using virtual reality goggles instead?

The bedroom

The bedroom is the place to be when you want to relax and unwind. A smart bulb can help you do just that by adjusting lighting according to your mood, while a smart thermostat can keep you comfortable at night. If someone is at the door or ringing your bell, an intercom system will let them talk directly with whoever’s inside–and if it’s an emergency, a camera will let them see what’s happening outside before they decide whether or not they need police assistance. If all else fails (or even if it doesn’t), there are plenty of ways for guests’ phones or speakers to connect directly with yours so everyone can enjoy music together without getting out of bed!

The garage

The garage is a great place to start if you’re looking to add smart devices to your home. There are plenty of options available when it comes to adding smarts to your garage doors, including:

  • Smart garage door openers. These devices allow you to remotely open and close your garage door from anywhere via an app on your phone or tablet. They also typically come with sensors that can alert you when someone enters or leaves the garage, so no one will be able to sneak in without being noticed!
  • Smart garage door sensors. Using these sensors ensures that no matter where you are in the world (or even just down the street), if there’s activity near one of these sensors–like someone trying to break into their car–you’ll get an alert right away via text message or email so that there isn’t any damage done before police arrive at the scene!
  • Smart locks for garages are another great way not only keep unwanted guests out but also make sure those who do have access aren’t taking advantage either by charging them extra money each month just because they need extra help getting around town due

Smart home technology is becoming more and more common, so it’s important to know what it can do.

Smart home technology is becoming more and more common, so it’s important to know what it can do.

Smart home technology can be used to make your home more efficient by using sensors to monitor the temperature of different rooms and adjusting the settings accordingly. It can also be used to make life easier by automating tasks like lighting or music, so that they turn on when people enter certain rooms or at specific times of day. Smart security systems use cameras and sensors to detect intruders as well as sound an alarm when anyone approaches an area of your house that shouldn’t be occupied at night (like windows). Finally, smart thermostats learn from their users’ habits over time so they can automatically adjust temperature settings based on whether someone is at home or away from home during certain times of day–this saves energy while keeping everyone comfortable!


With so many different smart home gadgets available, it can be hard to know which ones are right for you. We hope this list has helped narrow down your options and given some insight into how each device works. If there’s anything else we missed or any questions about our suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments below!