Rooms that center on entertainment, such as home theaters and living rooms, are a great place to gather your family for fun activities and cozy afternoons. Often the center of your home, these rooms can greatly benefit from a customized entertainment center to help you maintain order and keep activities in one place. Continue reading to learn how to make the most of your home with a custom entertainment center from Closet & Storage Concepts.
A smartly designed entertainment center should create an abundance of varied storage space. Organize hobbies, collections, and fun pastimes by category on different shelves and drawers. As an example, you can have alternating shelf heights to accommodate your books, CDs, movies, and videogames so that different collections are separate and easy to navigate through. Store larger items, such as board games and puzzles, in a bottom drawer to ensure you don’t lose any pieces. Place your TV in the middle of the entertainment center so that people from all over the room can comfortably watch it. Have an extra drawer? Throw TV devices and unwanted electronics in here until you have a need for them.
Entertainment centers can be customized to fit the style and storage needs of any room. Change the width, height, color, and even the finish of this piece with the help of our design experts. As an example of this, you can create an entertainment center made of a dark hardwood for a rustic style, or choose white if your home has a lighter color palette. Additionally, components are easy to add or remove based on what storage methods work best for you and how you’re envisioning the room.
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Design a classic entertainment center for any home. Visit your local Closet & Storage Concepts location to get started on the design process and meet with our team of experts. Additionally, you can always call us to book a free, in-home design consultation and estimate today.
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