Innovative gadgets to spruce up your space
As the world embraces a shift toward sustainable design, it’s natural that our homes reflect the changing times. From near-silent ceiling fans to a self-watering countertop garden, we’ve rounded up some green tech to enhance the way you experience and live in your home.
Ember Smart Temperature Control Mug 2
Say goodbye to lukewarm coffee. With a built-in battery and smart LED system, this future-proof mug keeps your cup of joe at a perfect drinking temperature of 50 C to 62.5 C. $200, at Indigo.
The customizable panels of Nanoleaf’s latest release create a warm, natural glow in any space. This system’s compact design and handy Bluetooth feature make it easy and energy-efficient to ditch harsh overhead lighting for something more curated. $250, at Nanoleaf.
Smart Garden 9
Bring the outdoors in with this compact and minimalistic home garden. From your laundry room to your kitchen counter, this small but mighty green tech device sustains the growth of your fresh herbs, veggies and flowers with its self-watering feature and controlled lighting. $259, at Best Buy.
Aviator Flush Smart Ceiling Fan
Sleek and modern in its design, this near-silent ceiling fan by Modern Forms is equipped with a three-blade configuration and low-noise DC motor for a seamless integration into any environment. Control and customize the settings with the device’s RF wall control or through your smartphone using the Modern Forms app. Approx. $822, at Robinson Lighting & Bath.
Saving you water, energy and money, this bathroom green tech uses a Wi-Fi embedded circular system to keep your water levels as low as possible. With a partnering app, you can monitor how much water you’ve saved, plus change temperature and flow rate to your desired need. $6,600, at RainStick.