Being avid musos meant our clients have an impressive CD and record collection – not to mention turntables, record player and a host of Sonos speakers, amplifiers, subwoofers and other AV equipment to ensure the best possible sound throughout the house. Our joinery designs were client-led based on what they wanted to store within their bespoke media wall and ensured that every inch of storage was utilised.
Our joinery design incorporated CD racks, open storage for album display, cable grommets to ensure a clean, tidy feel, considered storage for amplifiers as well as cleverly disguised blanking panels to raise speakers to their optimum height for maximum sound impact.
In terms of finishes, this bespoke media unit was designed to work within the wider Scandinavian-inspired scheme. Utilising contemporary materials mirroring those used in the kitchen, including birch ply frames, BauBucke cabinet doors and backs, and a Caesarstone worktop, kept the joinery wall from feeling too traditional and stuffy for this modern family.
Leaving a selection of random shelving without a specific intended purpose meant that the family could personalise and style the shelves themselves, adding their own sense of style and personality – without feeling too contrived. An abundance of real and faux plants, artwork, dried flowers, vases and accessories help to soften and personalise the Living Room, and adding depth and warmth to the sleek, contemporary materials.