Connected Homes Can Help Human Connections. Here’s How
By now we know that human connections are, put simply, essential to our well-being — after all, the social interactions can decrease feelings of loneliness and are linked to longevity. When we’re at home, we want to connect — with our family, our pets, our guests, or even the friends we’re video calling.
There’s a lot we can do with interior design and architecture to create a home that facilitates deeper connections — open floor plans, a dining table with comfortable seating, and even feng shui — but we often neglect to think about the role our lighting and appliances are playing.
C by GE’s family of products has opened the door to a home that is automated, streamlined, and gives you what you need when you need it, whether that’s mood lighting for date nights or smart bulbs to help you wake up on the right side of the bed. Watch the video above to see how the connected home connects humans.
Chloe Schneider is the VP of Brand and Integrated Marketing at mindbodygreen. She received her degree from the University of South Wales. She has worked at many top publications and brands including Mashable and RESCU. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.