We have 2 bedside lamps in our bedroom, which have built-in on / off buttons, such as the typical mute lamp. Each lamp is connected to a normal mute socket. I want to be able to control in the HomeKit. So far, I have purchased a Nanoleaf bulb for each lamp and I also have a HomePod mini. What I would like to be able to do is: - Turn on / off the lamps continue to work normally - I can also control every lamp in the HomeKit (even if the start lamp is "off") - I can set themes etc in the HomeKit and control with Siri Thoughts mine were to get something like a Shelly 1 or sonoff mini. I also saw fibaro, but trying to avoid Bluetooth. I have space inside the lamp to connect something to the existing switch. Would any of these things work? I also have a nuance deck that a friend gave me if that matters or helps. Am I on the right track? How can I do this?
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