Media storage cabinet – After spending time, money and effort in decorating your home so you can look stylish and attractive, the last thing you want is a huge monstrosity as the focal point of the room. Unfortunately, many media have become storage shelves a problem area, with flashing electronic boxes, annoying cables, stacks of movie cases and remote control stacks. When you plan to decorate your home, do not overlook one of the spaces that need the most attention: the media platform.
Evaluate your storage needs. The needs of a person with only one cable box and are going to be different from someone who collects movies or has multiple video game systems. Consider the size of your television set, the amount of storage space for the disk cases you need, and the number of electronic devices you own.
Buy an appropriate storage rack or unit, if you do not already have one. If you have a storage shelf, purchase additional storage pieces if necessary, such as a CD tower, shelf or additional cabinet. Refinish your shelves if they are old and you feel it is necessary. This is the time to sand, prime and paint them, stain or cover the shelves with contact paper. Paint the wall your shelves the media are in, or paint the wall behind the shelves, if you want it to be a focal point of the room. While you would take care of your media storage when you do not use it, paint it to blend with the rest of the room.