What’s Your Style: Three Design Ideas for Your Perfect Media Center
Finding a media center that enhances your home’s style and fits your entertainment space perfectly has never been easier. With EasyClosets’ new freestanding media centers you can choose the style, color, hardware, and even the exact size to customize your design. There are three gorgeous styles to select from: Contemporary, Transitional, and Traditional. Each style has its own unique characteristics, and you may be wondering, “How do I know which is right for me?” There’s a style for everyone! Read on to learn more and discover a look you’ll love:
1. Contemporary: Smooth, linear, bold – all words that describe our contemporary media centers. The clean lines and bold form instantly give the appearance of organization. The sophisticated, impactful design turns even small-scale models into statement pieces. If you love all things modern and sleek, you’ll love this style in your home.
2. Transitional: Refined and elegant, the transitional style combines the best of contemporary and traditional for a timeless look that’s always in. With design nods to both classic and modern styling, transitional media centers are the perfect marriage of soft but sleek, comfortable but daring!
3. Traditional: The enduring charm of the traditional style exudes warmth and comfort. Soft lines and smooth edges come alive in the curved valances and crown molding on our traditional media centers. Whether it’s classic novels or movies, traditional style has the rich, welcoming look to showcase all your entertainment.
Even with all that beauty and style, we’re proud to say that our media centers offer so much more than a pretty face. The versatile design and custom sizing let you create an ultimate entertainment suite to fit your home, media, and storage needs. EasyClosets’ customization means your media center solution will be perfectly tailored to your tastes and will be absolutely “you!”
To see photos and start your own EasyClosets media center design, visit EasyClosets.com/Media-Centers