Media / Audio Visual Rooms

As our company name implies, building wine cellars are our specialty. But we veer off that path every once in a while to create other built-ins or furniture pieces.
Audio Visual / Media Rooms
Ideabooks3,280
Questions3
The cabinet doors have speaker mesh for panels to allow the audio visual components an opportunity to vent and stay cool. This also allows the client to access the components via the remote control. The wiring is kept hidden by special chaseways built into the piece.
“contrast of white behind tv” — bdadug
Audio Visual / Media Rooms
Ideabooks165
Questions0
The cabinet doors have speaker mesh for panels to allow the audio visual components an opportunity to vent and stay cool. This also allows the client to access the components via the remote control. The wiring is kept hidden by special chaseways built into the piece.
“tv cabinet” — Tracey Collier
Audio Visual / Media Rooms
Ideabooks272
Questions0
This was built out of local Broad Leaf Maple and stained to look like Brazilian Cherry which matched the wine cellar in the next room. The cabinet doors have speaker mesh for panels to allow the audio visual components an opportunity to vent and stay cool. This also allows the client to access the components via the remote control. The wiring is kept hidden by special chasew...More
“Recessed fireplace” — jzoa
Audio Visual / Media Rooms
Ideabooks188
Questions1
This was built out of local Broad Leaf Maple and stained to look like Brazilian Cherry which matched the wine cellar in the next room. The cabinet doors have speaker mesh for panels to allow the audio visual components an opportunity to vent and stay cool. This also allows the client to access the components via the remote control. The wiring is kept hidden by special chaseways...More
“Bookcase on counter” — sejalpatelmu
Media / Audio Visual Rooms
Ideabooks49
Questions0
These custom hand-built media cabinets are made from sustainably harvested Brown Maple with an Espresso stain. The cabinet doors have speaker mesh for panels to allow the audio visual components an opportunity to vent and stay cool. This also allows the client to access the components via the remote control. The wiring is kept hidden by special chaseways built into the piece.
“Component storage with screens to allow use of remotes” — walterevans
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