Entertainment Center: A Thing of Beauty
Here are a few tips for reducing clutter -- or at least the look of clutter -- in and around your entertainment center.
- Media library storage. If your entertainment center is a hub for not just video but also music, make sure you have plenty of space to hold your extensive media collection. Enforce the "if you take it out, put it back" rule among all members of your family! That way, the next time you try to find your favorite movie, it will be in the right spot in your entertainment center's storage space, as opposed to lodged under a couch cushion.
- Avoid cable clutter with dedicated spaces and specially designed tubing. Your California Closets design consultant will examine your equipment and the number of cables, and figure out the best to keep away the "cable monster." And, as your needs change, you can further customize your entertainment center to accommodate more or fewer cables.
- Doors and closing panels. As tempting as it might be to use clear glass cabinets or doors in your entertainment center, we recommend opaque doors and panels. Our extensive collection of beautiful wood paneling will not only give your eye a break from the television screen, you can enjoy your entertainment center as a piece of furniture.
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