Nowadays, the design of modern houses presents new essential elements such as home automation, systems that allow higher energy savings, controlled mechanical vacuum systems, alternative technologies for the production of electricity, the latest generation lighting systems and visible electrical cables.
Usually, at first glance, functionality is not visually appealing or with a special design, but with more care and thanks to the knowledge of industry professionals that make the technical part more harmonious, you can give an innovative and beautiful atmosphere to your house. For example, visible electrical systems are often the protagonists of decorative wall patterns, contours and three-dimensional combinations that create particularly noteworthy frames in the most diverse apartments. Here are some tips that were stolen from the best interior designers of the moment that you absolutely have to copy.
Visible electrical systems
Visible electrical systems also called out of the wall systems, are used mainly in outdoor or working environments such as garages, workshops, small businesses. In less recent times they were present in countryside or rural homes. Today this idea is back in fashion and is considered a means of design to better embellish and define the style of the room.
Beyond the aesthetics, however, one of the major advantages of a visible electrical system is its cost-effectiveness, especially since it does not involve expensive and invasive masonry. In addition, it can also be combined with very modern home automation systems, so as to appear as an in-between solution with a hyper-modern and industrial touch.
Let’s see in detail all the advantages of visible electrical systems and how to make the most out of them according to the different styles of furniture.
Practical and aesthetic advantages
Choosing a visible electrical system and a home automation system will bring considerable advantages for your home. Higher energy saving, lower impact on the environment, maximum comfort and optimization of space, increased indoor well-being and enviable design are just some of these benefits.
We have already mentioned that a visible electrical system is not very expensive. However, it should also be mentioned that it is not necessary to request special permits for its construction. Obviously, it is always necessary to contact professionals qualified for the job who will issue the documentation and the conformity certifications required by the law.
Visible electrical system, home automation, forced suction and, in general, all modern systems, are the most convenient solution. These systems are easy to use, designed to be controlled remotely from a computer or from a smartphone and even any routine or troubleshooting interventions are immediate and do not require invasive interventions. This happens mainly because all the system is visible and not embedded in the walls, often it is a good choice to provide a room for all these systems, such as a boiler room for example. Finally, the design is not neglected, but rather, enhanced. Many are the domestic tools which are available on the market and that can be perfectly installed in the most diverse contexts and can easily be combined with different modern and vintage styles.
The coolest design for a visible electrical system
Let’s go back for a moment to those electrical visible systems, that more than many others can give a very different atmosphere to the rooms of a house or to commercial activities. In fact, thanks to the multitude of materials and finishes available on the market, it is easy to find the most suitable design for your way to combine furniture, accessories and visible electrical system to achieve a refined and defined look. We can definitely admit that, often, visible electrical systems become true decorative and furnishing elements, with an obvious primary practical function. Above all, channels are those elements that embrace and complete the walls, creating captivating textures that also give a better dynamism. By exploiting materials such as copper, the channels become precious elements that can also stand out and shine thanks to the skillful use of lights. Not only that, these channels can be either neutral, white, or wood-colored, perfect for a country environment, or silver, etc. You can even play with the plates and boxes that make up the systems and define the design of the environment. In this case, you will find endless versions, colors and finishes and, in some cases, you can even dye them with the same color as the walls. The latest trends, however, want visible electrical systems to be visible and to contribute to the creation of the final atmosphere of the room while maintaining their role and profile. Here are some small trend tips, which you can look further into it, to best match the cables, the channels and the details of the visible electrical systems according to the atmosphere of the house.
The industrial design is reminiscent of the old American factories of the 1950s. To bring this atmosphere back to your home environment, visible electrical systems should be made of raw looking materials such as copper, steel or other stainless materials. Not to be overlooked are also the lights that must respect this industry and minimal look.
The country style, on the other hand, is perfect when combined with visible electrical systems with porcelain or brass cables and other elements, preferably antiqued. In this case, also the lamps should not be overlooked and the best models would be ceramic or hand-decorated models that look like majolica. Alternatively, brass lanterns with a more minimalist design, once used outside and on carriages, are very suitable.
It’s worth to look into the Nordic, or Scandinavian, style. This is a more suitable style for urban dwellings.
To underline the modern design of a house, visible electrical systems made with contemporary materials such as steel, patinated steel, gold, copper, and brass are essential, as far as they are combined with special plates and lamps. Shapes are also essential to define this style and preference should be given to geometric and regular shapes, preferably square.