Like with snowflakes, no one entertainment area looks alike. No matter how many we see, everyone seems to put their own flare on their media centers, despite all having the same items within them -- TVs, DVD players, stereos, and speakers. Here's one we found on the blog Design*Sponge. The home belongs to Toni and Ben Hacker of Hayden-Harnett and is located in Brooklyn, New York. The open floor plan is amazing and those windows are...we want those windows!
With their luxuriously long walls they were able to spread out their living room via book shelves. Their flat screen is mounted on the wall, with vinyl
chandelier candelabra decals flanking both sides. An Ikea Expedit bookcase was put on its side to hold all their components, along with some of the hundreds of books they own. More photos after the jump...
Each speaker sits sideways on bookcases on either side of the TV. One of the speakers acts as a mount for a Muji NYC wooden city kit. We love it when people use their speakers not just as boom sticks, but as art or book shelves. via Design*Sponge.
Photos: Toni and Ben