This one is in natural maple with a clear coat. TV rolls out from behind the doors next to the fireplace. All the outside corners and mantle are 6" radius.
Also in maple with conversion varnish.
Maple with a white conversion varnish finish, this unit is very elegant The columns are fluted and media is stored in the five drawers at the bottom of the system.
Maple was used here with a white conversion varnish finish.
Maple was used for this system and given a white conversion varnish finish.
This unit is massive and is done in red oak. There are very large drawers and tons of rollouts behind all of the doors
Birch with a light stain was used for this system.
This looks at the system from the other end.
This system was done in maple with a blackwash. Components are behind the louvered door in the center base cabinet. The four doors bifold out of the way for viewing.
This was a very challenging project. Robert Savilla Nadon of Spokane fabricated the radius mantle in metal. I took the metal and built the system you see around it. I used African mahogany with eastern figured white maple accents. The TV goes in the large opening on the left under the mantle.
This corner unit is in cherry and has a matching piece on the other side of the window.
African mahogany with eastern white maple string inlay was used to build this system. The stone work around the fireplace and the hearth were not finished when I took this photo. My apologies.
All in solid walnut, this one is a beautiful piece.
Cherry was used in this unit. It has loads of media and component storage and lots of room to display collectables.
This one in maple is very compact with pocket doors top and bottom