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Theater RoomDan Waibel Designer Builder
the idea of hiding the electronics and video games behind a secret cover, like a painting or poster. :)
Hidden electronic accessories
Like the hidden electronics
Hidden electronics
Smart way to hide built in electronics.
Hey hiding some of the electronics behind a sliding picture. Of course it would have to be anything that wasn't controlled by a remote so
Picture covering electronics
false painting for electronics
Wicked idea for concealing electronics!
Creative electronics.
Camouflage electronics
Binding the electronics
hide electronics
Personal TouchElectronics Design Group, Inc.
"This room can go from formal living room to casual TV room with the push of a button. The experts at The Electronics Design Group set it up so when the TV power button is pushed, the art panel slides up to reveal the TV or down to conceal it."
TV - Electronics Design Group set up a TV so when the power button is pushed, the art panel slides up to reveal the TV or down to conceal it.
Electronics Design Group. Wall art slides up when watching
Electronics Design Group to hide TV
This room can go from formal living room to casual TV room with the push of a button. The experts at The Electronics Design Group set it up so when the
The experts at The Electronics Design Group set it up so when the TV power button is pushed, the art panel slides up to reveal the TV or down to conceal it.
Dallas KitchenLGB Interiors
I charge my electronics in the kitchen because I have easy access to them while I am cooking which is what I am alway doing. I love this idea!
love this idea to hide all electronics
hiding electronics and charging system in a drawer
outlets and stow appliances and electronics. Outlet plug covers work great when there’s nothing plugged into the wall. If you’ve got a busy kitchen outlet area, it could be easy for your child to start grabbing wires. Consider creating a drawer for your electronics, like the one seen here.
Tired of tying up your kitchen outlets charging phones, tablets and laptops? Install a power strip in the back of a drawer and let your electronics recharge sight unseen. Just make sure the drawer is shorter than normal to allow room for the power strip’s cord in the back.
Lose the electronics. Avoid distractions by removing all electronics from your room. I understand the craving for watching television, using your laptop and having your smart phone in the bedroom
the bedroom. In this picture, there's a sense of calm and purity with no electronics in sight. Can you imagine how disruptive a television would be here? Remember, you want to create a space that inspires rest. Using electronics will change the feeling of the room and sleeping will become increasingly
TV Wire NicheSummit Design Remodeling, LLC
panel for hidden cabinet containing electronic equipment
concealing electronics behind a screen and providing
in your home, Miner says you can build out more wall space to accommodate a niche. Make sure to frame the space so it's a little bigger than your electronic equipment. Add a shelf, cut a hole so that the wires can feed through to the TV, hang drywall, and you're all set!
Turquoise L.A.Vanessa De Vargas
Hide unsightly electronics. Printers, fax machines, scanners etc. are not pretty. Try to tuck them into a credenza
cabinets, or stash them on out-of-the-way shelves so you aren’t looking at a pile of electronics all the time. This is especially important if you have a workspace that doubles as a guest room.
aren’t looking at a pile of electronics all the time. This is especially important if you have a workspace that doubles as a guest room.
Hide unsightly electronics. Printers, fax machines,
Hide unsightly electronics. Printers, fax machines, scanners etc. are not pretty. Try to tuck them into a credenza or cabinets, or stash them on out-of-the-way shelves so you aren’t looking at a pile of electronics all the time. This is especially important if you have
Elmhust Man CaveElectronic Lifestyle Associates (ela)
Electronic Lifestyle Associates (ela)
Way to place electronics
built in electronics
electronics cupboard
Electronics cabinet...Electronic cabinet...Electronic setup
Moraga ResidenceJennifer Weiss Architecture
Having a space for the family's electronic accessories is another great addition to the entry. Today, almost everyone has a cellphone, computer, music player or other chargeable device, and
This isn't a charging station, but it certainly could be with the addition of a power strip. Right by the front door is a very handy spot for your electronic necessaries. The recessed niche makes things look much tidier than if they were all sitting on top of a shelf. I like that this niche looks like
Get charged up. Electronics are just a fact of life. Embrace cord management with a good-looking charging station right in the entry. This works particularly well for townhouses
Living RoomNicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
ottomans are great for quickly getting toys, magazines and electronics out of view.
Add storage ottomans. When space is a luxury, every nook and cranny counts. Storage ottomans are great for quickly getting toys, magazines and electronics out of view.
ottomans are great for quickly getting toys, magazines and electronics out of view.
23. Add storage ottomans When space is a luxury, every nook and cranny counts. Storage ottomans are great for quickly getting toys, magazines and electronic items out of view.
undercabinet plug for electronics with cradle
This example of an under-cabinet system shows how you can incorporate electronics and still have a
Electronics plugged into a plug mold under the cabinets.
Like the idea of being able to do this for electronics
This example of an under-cabinet system shows how you can incorporate electronics and still have a streamlined look. Holmberg estimates that a custom plug mold addition would cost anywhere from $400 to $800.
This example of an under-cabinet system shows how you can incorporate electronics and still have a streamlined look. Holmberg estimates that a custom plug mold addition would cost anywhere from $400 to $800.Under-cabinet system: Legrand
Hackney ShedOffice Sian Architecture & Design
The couple wanted their working environment to feel light, warm and comfortable, with room for books and electronics. Wiring, weatherproofing and security were priorities.A view of the garden was a must, too. The full-height retractable doors allow the two to enjoy the garden while they work — and create
The couple wanted their working environment to feel light, warm and comfortable, with room for books and electronics. Wiring, weatherproofing and security were priorities.A view of the garden was a must, too. The full-height retractable doors allow the two to enjoy
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