Basement Kitchenette wit Wall Mounted TV
The above Picture shows how in a small space, a kitchenette area with bar seating, can be coupled with an wall mount flat screen tv. This particular system is integrated with a Control 4 home automation system for seamless interaction with the audio components that have been remote wired to a hidden location in the basement AKA – NO VISIBLE AV WIRES and only ONE remote to operate all the AV devices throughout the entire basement.
Custom Entertainment Center Built Onsite
The Photo above illustrates an example of our custom cabinet making capacity. Our design on this unit includes the lighting effects in the niche above the 73 inch TV monitor along with the back lit crown molding that continues around the room. The left and right side of the main entertainment center includes bench seat storage under each window and removable speaker cloth backed door frames for speaker housings.
Custom Entertainment Center with Remote Component Cabinet in the Background
Above is another perspective of the prior entertainment system. This photo shows how the back lighting in the crown molding can be a nice accent to the perimeter of the room and also provide very effective non directional theater or night light in a entertainment room.
The audio and video hardware and components are remote wired to the cabinet to the right of the kitchenette for easy access for maintenance and storage.
The picture below shows how we can creatively design an inset into a wall to allow for installation of a flat screen Tv. The lighting above couples with the accented paint color for striking visual appeal, at an affordable price point.
Creative Drywall Niche with Lighting and Paint Accents
The picture below is an example of a custom cabinet configuration that we built in our cabinet shop. The client wanted the custom cabinetry to match what we were already installing in their kitchen. To achieve this, we built all the cabinetry in our shop, ordered the doors to match the kitchen, and then stained and clear coated them together.
Lighting accents allowed us to highlight the areas of the cabinetry that needed brightening up and also allowed us to create a more inviting area on the hearth area as well for the client to display some more items in their home.
Custom Cabinetry over an Existing Fireplace.
The Picture below is an example of how we have used stock line cabinetry to create and entertainment system. Bookcases flank either side of the TV area and we used granite to finish the counter top portion of the piece. Notice to the right hand side of the entertainment center, we installed a beam that allowed us a pass through to the game room portion of the basement. We used granite that matched the entertainment center for a bar top, as well as light accents installed to the header for lighting, consistent to the lighting accents used to illuminate the counter top portion of the entertainment center.
Entertainment Center and Pass Through Window In Basement