Many homes in our area that are even just 10-15 years old often have built-in entertainment walls. These “old-style” entertainment walls were designed for the old deep depth TV’s. Also, the wall often integrated a fireplace in the same space.
We Make Entertainment Walls Fit Today’s Lifestyles and Electronics. Quite often, we are called upon to change a “dated” entertainment wall, so it fits our clients look & feel, as well as accommodate today’s thin and larger TV’s. Here we highlight just a few of the projects we have helped clients with.
If you have a similar situation in need of updating, please give us a call for a complimentary exploratory discussion about what you want to accomplish.
This client wanted to make their entertainment wall fit the new contemporary look and feel we brought to their home, without the time, trouble and expense of tearing out the entertainment wall.
We accomplished their goal by connecting the fireplace, TV and cabinet areas with a high gloss black finish. Faux painting and re-accessorizing the niche’s added a complimenting contrast.
This client wanted to transform a Santa Fe style home, with a million dollar view, into a desert contemporary style home.
This is one of the most dramatic transformations we have ever been involved with. Notice how all the arches, including the arched windows, have been replaced with clean sleek lines. The new colors selected bring desert colors inside.
For this client, we replaced their dysfunctional and dated entertainment & “library” wall with a more up-to-date wall system to meet their needs and lifestyle.
The dated oak cabinets were replaced with a more current medium stained alder wood cabinetry. The TV area was enlarged to provide space for a current-day sized flat-screen TV. Additional drawers were used to provide a more flexible storage space, with special dividers for CD’s, VCR tapes and DVD’s.
Do you have a similar or unique entertainment wall situation that needs attention? Give us a call to arrange a complimentary consultation to review your options.