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Man Cave Construction 101: The Essential Entertainment and Media Center

Last updated 2 years ago

Without an entertainment and media center, you cannot have a true man cave. When you use a custom closet system as your entertainment center, you give yourself all the power. As you start to decide how you want your custom media center to look, consider some of the following:

  • Speaker Space

Depending on your particular entertainment system, you will have different sizes, shapes, and distributions of speakers. If you do not already have your entertainment center, decide on a kind that you want so you can determine how much space you will need for the speakers. Fill your man cave with the sound of your favorite movies, television shows, and video games courtesy of surround sound speakers.

  • Electronics

Do you have a collection of video game consoles, a DVD and Blue-Ray player, and a huge variety of other electronics? If so, you have to factor in space for all of them so they securely fit into your custom closet design. Think about the electronics that you have and how you want them arranged in your new man cave media center.

  • Movie and Music Collection

One of the greatest benefits of designing a closet organization system is finally having one convenient location in which to store all of your movies and music. Think about the most convenient way to store CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray discs. You want to find a configuration that keeps them in order without prohibiting your ability to browse.

However you want to design the media center for your man cave, Bay Home & Window can help. Our organization systems give you the storage space and aesthetic appeal that is missing in your home. We also have a great selection of plantation and interior shutters. For more information on our products and services for the San Francisco area, please visit us online or call (925) 846-3400.


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