Newly Updated Nanoleaf’s Light-Up Wall Panels Look Great Even When Not In Use
Nanoleaf, the smart lighting company that shot up to fame with their famous illumination panels that can stick easily to your wall, has now announced the new Nanoleaf Elements line, a set of wall panels that are designed to look as nice turned off as they do when on.
The new Elements line accomplishes this through a wood-like veneer that allows the light to shine through when it’s on but doesn’t look blank when the light isn’t in use.
The Elements lights are very similar to Nanoleaf’s other hexagonal light panels, just that when there is no light, it gives a wooden effect making it look more natural. They glow from both the front and back of the panel, allowing for a double lighting effect, and can be programmed with different lighting patterns and effects. A thing that is missing here is that this series does not come with colorful lights. However, you can set the temperature of the lights from warm to cool white.
All other features stay the same which means that you will still be able to activate the lights with a simple touch of the panel and even synced to music or adjust their white temperature automatically throughout the day based on circadian rhythms. Nanoleaf includes 11 preset lighting effects, or you can use the app to program your own. With this new design, it appears that Nanoleaf is attempting to make its product more accessible in more homes. Though it is purely a decorative item, it certainly can change the mood of a room where it has been installed. Nanoleaf has announced that its light panels will become Thread border routers, allowing them to act as a hub on a Thread network and extend the signal throughout the home.
Check Out The Top 12 Smart Devices To Build A Smarter Home!
Be The Superhero Of Your Smart Home
You can teach an old 🏡 new tricks with smart devices. Whether your house is one or one hundred years old it can be a smart home. Sign up today to see the top 12 smart devices to build your smarter home. 🙂 Are you more interested in a Google smart home or an Amazon smart home? Let us know above.