LIFE WITH DESIGN

ARCHITECTURE

When you choose to work with Digital Interiors your voice becomes an integral element to the process of making your dream space a reality. Our group of talented designers and builders are not driven by the hope of making you believe in their own ideas, but instead are here to ensure that your ideas are heard and your needs attended to. An Digital Interiors associate is always at the ready and eager to make the construction or design process easier for you and your family.

Your wildest dreams can come true - The Digital Interiors team breaks down the barriers that restrain the creative process. Working closely with our whole design team from the outset of the project, we create unparalleled media room experiences. Imagine the emotion of a live performance, realism, accuracy and detail you've only dreamed of. The Digital Interiors design team promises you true comfort, performance and professionalism.

 

Just about any space in your home can function as a media room. All it takes is a vision, the right equipment and possibly a few alterations to the room’s design. If your plan involves building equipment into the walls, having a screen descend from the ceiling and pressing one button on a touchscreen to start the show, we would love to help. Even if your ideas are elaborate, it never hurts to start thinking about which room you’d like to convert, what type of equipment you’d like to incorporate, and how you’d like the room to perform

DESIGN

RESIDENTIAL

Create a living area where your music clearly resonates throughout your entire home with a simple touch of a button. Invisible speakers throughout the home along with the distributed video allow for unprecedented sound and picture everywhere in the home without any equipment visible. 

Integrated, whole-house audio/visual systems bring sharp picture and crisp audio to every room in the house. Flat-panel displays and surround-sound speakers are installed within the walls, out of the way but always there when you need them. In the bedroom, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, laundry room, walk-in closet—anywhere you find yourself, a world of media is possible. And when whole-house A/V is integrated with a home automation system, you have it all at your fingertips.

 

Did you know that your home’s lights can do more than simply turn on and off? When governed by the right set of smart devices, they can brighten and dim automatically, deter intruders, comfort a crying child, accentuate the architecture of your home, and set the mood for a special occasion— all with remarkably little effort on your part.

One of the key benefits of a lighting control system is convenience. For example, you can turn off every single light in and around the house simply by touching a button by your bed. If you forget, the system can do the same at midnight. When light fixtures switch on and off automatically, you’re bound to save energy—and money. Granted, some technologies can look sorely out of place in a home that’s nicely decorated. A lighting control system, though, can make a good-looking home appear even better by dramatically diminishing “wall clutter.” This is a catchphrase in the electronics industry that refers to the overabundance of switches and buttons that commonly blanket the walls of a house. 

COMMERCIAL

KITCHENS

Create a living area where your music clearly resonates throughout your entire home with a simple touch of a button. Invisible speakers throughout the home along with the distributed video allow for unprecedented sound and picture everywhere in the home without any equipment visible. 

Integrated, whole-house audio/visual systems bring sharp picture and crisp audio to every room in the house. Flat-panel displays and surround-sound speakers are installed within the walls, out of the way but always there when you need them. In the bedroom, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, laundry room, walk-in closet—anywhere you find yourself, a world of media is possible. And when whole-house A/V is integrated with a home automation system, you have it all at your fingertips.

 

Did you know that your home’s lights can do more than simply turn on and off? When governed by the right set of smart devices, they can brighten and dim automatically, deter intruders, comfort a crying child, accentuate the architecture of your home, and set the mood for a special occasion— all with remarkably little effort on your part.

One of the key benefits of a lighting control system is convenience. For example, you can turn off every single light in and around the house simply by touching a button by your bed. If you forget, the system can do the same at midnight. When light fixtures switch on and off automatically, you’re bound to save energy—and money. Granted, some technologies can look sorely out of place in a home that’s nicely decorated. A lighting control system, though, can make a good-looking home appear even better by dramatically diminishing “wall clutter.” This is a catchphrase in the electronics industry that refers to the overabundance of switches and buttons that commonly blanket the walls of a house. 

BATHROOMS

LANDSCAPE

Create a living area where your music clearly resonates throughout your entire home with a simple touch of a button. Invisible speakers throughout the home along with the distributed video allow for unprecedented sound and picture everywhere in the home without any equipment visible. 

Integrated, whole-house audio/visual systems bring sharp picture and crisp audio to every room in the house. Flat-panel displays and surround-sound speakers are installed within the walls, out of the way but always there when you need them. In the bedroom, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, laundry room, walk-in closet—anywhere you find yourself, a world of media is possible. And when whole-house A/V is integrated with a home automation system, you have it all at your fingertips.

 

Did you know that your home’s lights can do more than simply turn on and off? When governed by the right set of smart devices, they can brighten and dim automatically, deter intruders, comfort a crying child, accentuate the architecture of your home, and set the mood for a special occasion— all with remarkably little effort on your part.

One of the key benefits of a lighting control system is convenience. For example, you can turn off every single light in and around the house simply by touching a button by your bed. If you forget, the system can do the same at midnight. When light fixtures switch on and off automatically, you’re bound to save energy—and money. Granted, some technologies can look sorely out of place in a home that’s nicely decorated. A lighting control system, though, can make a good-looking home appear even better by dramatically diminishing “wall clutter.” This is a catchphrase in the electronics industry that refers to the overabundance of switches and buttons that commonly blanket the walls of a house. 

MILLWORK