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This is my 400 square foot studio on Manhattan's Upper East Side. I've used an Ikea Expedit to section off the main living space from the bed, and decorated using lots of neutral base pieces and colorful accents and art!
Everything in my primitive living room came from family,friends,goodwill,yard sales and consignment stores.I live in the country in ranch style home and primitive is just perfect for it and the hubby even likes it !
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Many of us have played with Philips Hue, Nest, BelKin WeMo or made some DIY alternatives ourselves. These devices are great. But, in some ways they are not very natural. It is a lot easier to turn the wall switch on or off than to unlock your phone, flip through apps.
With Apple's Homekit, we can now control these devices with Siri. In short, HomeKit has two major components. One is the iOS framework, which sits on user’s phone and manages his devices. Another is the communication protocol that has to be encoded into the device. If we implement this protocol in our device, iOS will pick it up and we can do something similar to the video above.
In the following instructable, we built a HomeKit compatible light bulb with Raspberry Pi.
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Small window did not provide much light the Honey Tea paint brightened up the room, the room now looks like sunshine is streaming in all the time.
My baby girl is due in November 2014, and while I am desperately trying to get her nursery just the way I want it, I am crippled by a severe lack of decorating ability. These ceilings are close to 24 feet with a slope to 9 feet, and no matter how much I feel I'm putting on the walls I just can't escape the feelings of bare walls and a cold space. How can I make this seem more complete and cozy??