Custom Entertainment Center & Design
In many homes, the focal point of the living room or family room is the entertainment center, housing the television, speaker system and other components.
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The décor and placement of furnishings are placed around this focal point for optimal viewing and design considerations.
Because of the sophistication in audio and video systems, there is a need for customized home theaters that not only fit the components but also compliment the homeowners interior furnishings and room size requirements.
Design is always driven by the dimensions of the components.
- Begin by measuring the TV, speakers, DVD and VCR players and other electronics
- Placement of the components is determined for viewing requirements, speaker locations, and other considerations
- Attention is given to wiring, power supply, ventilation and vibration
- Consultations with the electronics expert and the electrician are a necessary part of the design process
My strength is creating a beautiful and functional cabinet unit that coordinates with the interior design of the home.
Styling, finishes, speaker cloth fabric, countertops and mouldings all play a part in the overall look of the unit.
A contemporary entertainment center may have a low profile, painted high gloss finish with glass door inserts.
The traditional cabinet placed in a home with high ceilings could be designed with high profile proportions with a distressed wood stain and coffee glaze, stacked top crown mouldings, fluted filler panels, speaker cloth that visually blends with the wood finish and heavy furniture base moulding.
Whatever the style, concealed roll-out drawers to hold DVDs and CDs, adjustable shelving, built-in lighting, and glass doors are just a few of the features that can make your entertainment unit one of a kind.
There are many other areas in homes and offices that require custom cabinetry.
In this section, I have included examples of office kitchens, bookcases, wet bars, fireplaces, and wine storage areas.