The chaise at one end of the Primary Bedroom Suite at Osbee’s Classic NYC Brownstone is framed by motorized Roman shades.
In Her Primary Closet, a touchscreen provides the morning weather and news while providing convenient control of lighting, shades, and climate.
The couple wanted a TV in the Master Bedroom at Osbee’s Entertainment Marvel but did not want it to dominate the room. Osbee provided the perfect solution with an elegant mirror TV. When it’s turned off it looks like a regular mirror and the room appears to be totally free of electronics.
The Primary Bedroom at Osbee’ Miami Beach Ocean Vista is the perfect marriage of technology and design. Motorized dual-roller shades have one layer for solar shading, and another blackout layer for total privacy and light blocking.
The 65-inch TV is mounted on a motorized articulating arm that can be turned toward the bed or the sitting area.
The tabletop touchscreen on the nightstand allows the homeowners to cue up a favorite movie or TV show, close the draperies, and make sure all the lights throughout the rest of the residence are turned off — all without getting out of bed.
For clients who want a TV in the bedroom but have limited wall space or don’t want to see a display when not in use, a cabinet or ceiling lift is often a good solution. At Osbee’s Integrated Estate, a 42-inch TV rises from its hiding place in a custom-built cabinet — the perfect way to bring a television into the bedroom without being intrusive. Selecting a custom preset, the motorized shades can be lowered at the same time as the TV rises, creating the optimal environment for television viewing.
Whether it’s the Primary, a Child’s or a Guest’s Bedroom, Osbee’s smart-home engineering makes control of lighting, climate, audio, and video simple and intuitive for families and guests alike with strategically placed touchscreens, handheld remotes, and mobile access.
With closet doors taking up virtually all the wall space in the Primary Bedroom at Osbee’s Manhattan Penthouse, a 32-inch TV drops down from a custom-engineered ceiling lift — and disappears from the room when not in use.
The TV, lighting fixtures, shades, and climate are easily controlled using a bedside touchscreen or wall keypads.
In the Primary Bedroom at Osbee’s Mansion in the Sky, motorized drapery tracks make it easy to close the drapes and transform the room into an intimate, private space.
To provide comfortable viewing in the sharply angled room, a 42-inch TV rises on a custom lift and automatically swivels toward the bed. When it’s turned off, the TV disappears into the shallow cabinet, custom-engineered to contain the screen and lift mechanism, and to ensure adequate ventilation.