You GUYZZZ it’s finally here: The feature on my home in Good Freakin’ Housekeeping! This feature is so meaningful to me in so many ways: Not only does my house look SO pretty (thank you, GH styling department!), but the whole story really encapsulates my philosophy about technology: That it should be chosen selectively, used to simplify life, and it shouldn’t involve sacrificing style. And it’s called, “A Pretty Smart Home”… see what they did there?! Love a good double-entendre.
If you’ve ever wanted to sneak a peek at my house, this is your big chance (click the pictures to enlarge). Except usually there are clothes and towels on the bathroom floor. And there are piles of paper waiting to be scanned on the kitchen counter. But the dog is usually in that spot on the couch, and I can often be found casually sitting on my living room couch arm with a coffee mug. Just kidding, that’s totally weird.
If you pick up a copy, you can read all six pages of tips and ideas of ways to add impactful smart home technology to your house. I hope it inspires someone out there to try a product that might save them time or money, or give them a feeling of control around their surroundings that they didn’t have before.
A HEWGE thank you to my Good Housekeeping family: I’m thrilled to say that I’ll be doing some work with them in the coming year, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. Hope you enjoy the story!
Bathroom: Kohler Moxie Showehead | Nokia Tracker watch | Ringly Notification Tracker | Herbivore Sea Mist | Ragdoll Perfume | Coyuchi Bathroom Towels | Vintage rug and bathroom vanity stool | Fitbit Aria Connected Scale | Grown Alchemist Body Soap
Thank you to Grain Projects for ALL your help on the house. Couldn’t have done it without you.