St. Louis-based Integration Controls owner Jamie Briesemeister (far left) was a panelist on the “Designing for Short-Term Rentals” session at KBIS 2023. Also pictured: Joy Williams, Jessica Duce, and Jane Dagmi
Before we know it, we’ll be putting together our holiday shopping list and Integration Controls Holiday Gift Guide 2022 will help you find that perfect something for everyone! This year why not pool your resources and treat the family to a gift they can all enjoy… while adding a stylish, functional flair to your home décor? Read on and give us a call! Interested in something you don’t see in our gift guide? It may not fit inside a stocking, but we will collaborate with you to find a unique gift for your lifestyle and home’s interior. Plus, you’ll also be supporting a local business; always a good way to spread holiday cheer! (See our blog on Small Business Saturday for more on shopping locally this season!)
Today's design trends involve a bunch of hard surfaces: high-gloss lacquer, mirrors everywhere, granite and hardwoods as far as the eye can see. But as striking as these spaces can look, the problem of reflected sound in the form of echos and poor acoustics can threaten to ruin the experience. Integration Controls is a company that takes sound treatments seriously, both in terms of how they improve sonics, and how they actually add to the visual dynamic. This is all part and parcel of our holistic outlook on how you enjoy your home, irrespective of the challenges it presents.
Our client was building a new home and wanted to integrate a home theater experience that would trump that of traditional commercial movie megaplex. There's just one problem, there is an underwater mural in the entertainment room that absolutely cannot be changed.