Cabinets interiors can have white melamine (a white durable surface over particle board), or wood veneer core that is clear coated. Drawer boxes can be melamine, wood veneer core, or solid hardwood with dovetail joints.
Family room entertainment center, birch with a white wash finish. The columns are 3 side solid birch, and have 3 volutes on each side. This was designed to hold a huge projection television.
The below entertainment centers are all made of oak. They a variations of the same design. They all have glass shelves in the display area with built in lights.
This one was built 12 inches shorter.
There is a center channel speaker hid behind the black fabric above the TV. On those cool evenings you can watch the television and stay warm with the natural gas fireplace below. If you look closely there is a black speaker cover for the sub woofer on the lower right base cabinet. Below is what is behind the left 2 base cabinet doors. The tops are solid oak on this one.
Bedroom entertainment center. Solid oak fronts with solid oak decoration in the center of the doors. The doors are wrapped with a solid oak molding. TV sits behind the 2 tall doors in the middle.
The components are housed here. This pulls out and turns for easy access to all the cables inthe rear.
On the right side is where the DVDs, VCR tapes, and cassette tapes are stored. The pull out shelves are made out of solid maple with dove tail joints. The full extension roller bearing slides give full access to all the media. Even the ones way in the rear.
Built into a wall in the dinning room. This oak entertainment center with a darker brown finish has a pull out for the TV that swivels in both direction for convince, for viewing at different locations.
Built into an fireplace opening this oak entertainment center has a display cabinet above with a glass shelf framed in wood. The lights show off all those collectibles day or night time. The TV box is plenty big for those big screens weather you have a stand or wall mount. The cabinets below offer storage for those DVDs, and if you still have them, VCR tapes. Below show the 2 pull out shelves behind the left 2 doors.
Pull out shelf walls are veneer core birch with full extension roller bearing slides which make even those DVDs and VCR tapes that are in the back easier to access.
This oak entertainment center with a light brown finish was built for a huge plasma TV. The black speaker cover above the television box houses the center channel speaker for the sound system. The black square speaker cover in the door is where the sub woofer sets. There is a glass door in the center with 4 adjustable shelves housing 5 different system components. The veneer core top has a rounded solid oak edge.