Yesterday, we discussed the importance of keeping your home entertainment in mind when redecorating or designing your interiors. Today, we’re going to discuss a similar concept, called Techorating, which is the practice of combining technology and interior design to unify a space.
Studies have shown that Americans are investing more in their home entertainment, buying HD TVs and home theater systems instead of going out to movie theaters or concerts. Thanks to this trend, interior designers must also become ‘techorators’ and consider the possibilities that home entertainment technology may either present or take away.
As we discussed yesterday, entertainment systems can take up a lot of space, and it’s important to take this into account for not only style purposes, but also organization.
Let’s say you buy a new flat-screen TV. Now you’ve got to consider how to display it. You could hang it from your wall, but then you’d have to go through the hassle of finding a stud and making a hole in your wall. You could purchase a TV stand, but then you need to make sure that you’ve got enough room for all your A/V components and media accessories. Plus, you have to figure out how to manage all those wires. Messy wires aren’t just an eye sore – they’re also very dangerous.
Thankfully, though Contempo Wall has been on top of this whole techorating trend for a while now. Our custom wall units and home entertainment centers are designed to solve problems. With a Contempo Wall home entertainment unit you don’t have to find a stud, messy wires are taken care of by our integrated cable management system, and, best of all, there’s plenty of storage room for any media accessories you may need.
Take your home to the next level and ‘techorate’ with Contempo Wall.
Pictured Above: The Joseph Entertainment Center Wall Unit