From dimming the lights to designing your dream home, touch-screen technology is changing the game at these four Philadelphia showrooms.
Allure Window Treatments
You’ll never have to worry about closing your blinds again with tech-savvy automated shades from Allure Window Treatments, now open in Old City. Through an app on a smartphone or tablet, clients are able to schedule times to open or close blinds when they aren’t home. Another plus? Using this system reduces energy consumption in the home by keeping temperatures comfortable. 137 N. 3rd St., 215.463.0440, allurewindowtreatments.com
Customizing your home has never been more interactive thanks to BoConcept. This Scandinavian furniture store has put the playfulness back into interior design through their Home Creator platform. Paired with the home consultation service, clients are able to see full 3D, high-definition renderings of their home and can even make real-time changes with their own personal touch. 1719 Chestnut St., 215.564.5656, boconceptpa.com
Updating your not-so-humble abode is made easy with Roche Bobois’ in-store 3D design studio. Armed with cutting-edge software, interior designers can recreate any space for their clients by juxtaposing Roche’s highend French furnishings against lighting and accents with a touch of a finger. 311 Arch St., 215.922.2900, roche-bobois.com
Rittenhouse Communications Group’s
Gone are the days of dimming your light switches manually. Rittenhouse Communications Group’s custom integrations make it possible to control your lights, door access, thermostat, surveillance cameras and more with a single app—the ultimate way to manage your house even if you’re far from home. 1420 Walnut St., 215.240.8006, rcgtelecomservices.com