6,788 hide electronic Contemporary Home Design Photos

Eoin Lyons Interiors
1 Review
Rathgar, Dublin.
Ideabooks318
Questions1
“Mesh-to hide electronics
Mesh-to hide electronics
“office” — Jennifer Kaplan
Tim Kriebel - KRIEBELDESIGN
1 Review
Custom Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks45,342
Questions12
Do you have more cabinets like this that would hide a small kitchen?
I would like to hide a small refrigerator, sink, stove top and oven and a few cabinets.
where can I get these cabinets that open up to hide the counter with mixer, toaster etc.,with drawers below. Who is the manufacturer.
Love hiding this stuff on a counter
How it opens to electronics kid friendly
like the idea of hiding small appliances
Interesting idea to hide the clutter. Might be too much for a small kitchen though.
i like the ability to hide appliances
“Hidden appliances” — Julia Smith
naganjohnson architects
Gloucester Avenue
Ideabooks4,021
Questions2
Hide electronics
pull down shelving for electronics
foldaway doors for hide objects
“One bed syudio” — lesleynadel
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Sponsored
Jon Eady Photographer
Cliff Line Road - Golden CO
Ideabooks1,266
Questions1
way to hide electronic components in wall without book cases
Simple media room, rustic barn door concealing electronics or perhaps a window, furniture grouping and floor cushion keep this space inviting for quiet times, gaming or simply hanging out
“Ooo, love the medieval looking doors” — ljsonata
Highmark Builders
10 Reviews
2012 Fall Parade Of Homes
Ideabooks3,116
Questions2
idea to hide electronic component on the side
“pillows” — toryraith
Pfuner Design - Interior Design Miami
10 Reviews
Pfuner Design, Oceanfront Penthouse
Ideabooks4,166
Questions7
The mantle below the TV is interesting. It allows hiding electronics and a modern TV
“السقف حلوو” — traneem
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Veranda House Hotel
Ideabooks6,890
Questions20
glass fronts on cabs (if not hiding electronics)
“Fireplace” — ellensingstenor
Boehm Architecture
6 Reviews
Back Bay townhouse
Ideabooks77
Questions0
cabinets or toy boxes and chests would be worthwhile investments. For high-tech families, add shelves for movies and video games and cabinets to hide small electronics like video game consoles and DVD players. Better yet, invest in a large entertainment center or media console. To encourage good work habits
“What kind of storage should I add to my family room? Think about what kinds of things you usually k” — abban
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