After doing a bit of wall surgery, Steve installed a pair of Carlon 1-Gang Low-Voltage Old-Work Brackets and cover pieces on top to route all necessary A/V and power cables through the wall (note: it's highly recommended you do not run power cables through walls without the expert aid of a professional installer for safety), then hung up their display at just the right height (Steve is a mechanical engineer with what his wife calls a "knack for details"...and it shows!).
Moriya was initially horrified Steve drilled a hole in the back of their pristine and genuine 1950's credenza to route all their home entertainment tech cables for connectivity from the inside of the cabinet space to their display, but upon seeing the results had to admit the results were worth the minor alteration. And I'd totally agree...it's a beautiful example of keeping tech out of view with a little effort and planning.
(Images: The Harpster Home)