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Top 5 Home-Tech Trends for 2020

Home Technology Trends 2020

The year 2019 was an exciting year for technology. Most of the top focus trends were on wellness, low-voltage lighting, architectural design, accelerated cord-cutting, and more.

However, the year 2020 is filled with much more top exciting new technology trends. Some on the top list have been around for quite some time but haven’t fully blossomed into consumers’ homes.

Here are the following top home technology trends for 2020.

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Biophilic Design


Biophilic design is incorporating nature with design. It includes natural light, vegetation, natural materials, natural colors, natural shapes, and animals.

Unlike traditional designs, biophilic design is actually based on evidence so its approach is as scientific as it is esthetic. In essence of this design lays the idea that design should be fused with natural elements so as to offer the most benefits to a person’s wellbeing.

While architecture is generally considered to be a perfect cross between art and science, the science part of it is often overlooked. On the other hand, the biophilic design actually brought science back and fused it with design since it relies heavily on evidence and research to help us find the best ways to create spaces that are in harmony with nature.

Landscape Lighting

For smart, multicolor lights that look good lighting up a path or a garden, landscape lighting has become popular for many homes.

There are many options in the market for any budget to add a beautiful lighting effect to your home.

While it’s common to see landscape lighting during the holidays as decorative lighting, it has become an all-around ambiance that compliments your home.

8K Video

This may be surprising as consumers are still catching up to having a 4K television in their home, 8K televisions have already appeared.

In addition, there are also 8K cameras available for content creators.

8K Television - 8K Video
8K Television – 8K Video

Video-streaming sites such as Vimeo and Youtube has already added support for 8K videos. Video-streaming giant Netflix has yet to provide 8K content but the potential would increase massive support for 8K video.

5G – Technology

5G is the term used to describe the next-generation of mobile networks beyond 4G mobile networks. The four major phone carriers in the US, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint have introduced their mobile 5G networks in 2019.

5G Technologies

The 5G networks will increase the capacity for a large rise in an Internet-connected society. The 5G infrastructure will ensure that the needed bandwidth can carry huge amounts of data to allow for a smarter and more connected world.

Smart Water

While it may not appear to be a popular category, water-related companies are finding ways to join the smart-home industry. Among the plumbing-centric categories are leak detection and water shut-off, water conservation and management, water purification, and smart showers.

Smart Shower
Smart Shower

The ability to control water within the home smartly is a convenient and efficient way to monitor your home. Smart water products add smart home connectivity which contributes to consumers wanting to make their home smarter.


The year 2020 appears to be a year filled with smart focused products that will require the top-notch 5G bandwidth that connects it all. In addition, trends continue to astonish us with visuals such as the 8K video and landscape lighting. While everything is becoming gadget driven, the biophilic design trends bring us back to connect with nature.

Which of these top tech trends do you like the best?

What do you think will be the year 2020 top tech trends?

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