Mariette Josephe Media Storage January 25th, 2018 - 12:31:13
To take a less hypermodern approach place a TV in a full bookshelf system (rather than free-floating minimalist shelves) to create a more transitional look. Encasing the TV in custom framing helps it blend even further into the casework so only the essential screen is visible (and not shiny brand names). Keep in mind that a frame will block the remote receiver so you may need a device to reroute the signal from a receiver tucked on a nearby shelf.
Integrate it into your living room. Most people don’t quite have the space for a designated room for their home theater but integrating similar features into a living room can create a comparable cinematic experience. You will need to be extra careful to avoid compromising the existing style of your space though.
One of the challenging parts of keeping our room elegant is choosing a media storage that would superbly blend in our normal furnishings. These days finding a suitable media cabinet is very hard to do especially if you have little or no experience at all in fulfilling this delicate task alone. In addition this storage has to help your furniture create a soothing or wonderful atmosphere in your room.
Again asymmetry can be your friend here as placing the TV off to one side in a wide bookcase or pair of cases will keep it from feeling like the visual focal point. Depending on the furniture arrangement this can also leave a TV well-positioned to be watched from a sectional sofa or favorite chair even if it’s off-center from some of the other seats.
It saves you money- DVD and CDs even blank ones cost money. The use of a media storage cabinet in your home or small business can help eliminate scratched broke misplaced lost or even stolen media from hitting you in the wallet. Simply keeping your media in one place helps to accomplish this goal and advanced cabinet features such as child locks or even deadbolts can help to give added protection.
Integrate your lighting. Home automation can help replicate that real cinema experience by adding those special touches such as lights that automatically dim when the film begins or LED step lighting that comes on when the film is paused for a bathroom break. Lights and film have always gone hand in hand — a smart host like a smart director should use lighting to create the perfect atmosphere for a film.