I hate seeing wires, but like using remotes to control my electronics, so I decided to go with an entertainment center with glass doors, the best of both worlds!

The entertainment center itself is made from solid oak and offers plenty of space for components on the inside. The back is open, which gives you complete freedom to run cables between components and out to your devices while keeping them completely out of sight. The bottom drawer is for those items you want hidden away, but easily at hand, and also features a space for running cables out the back. The shelves are adjustable as well to perfectly suit the dimensions of your gear.

The front “windows” were created by a local leaded glass artist. They are transparent enough to let you control all your remote devices without interference but opaque enough to hide the more unsightly cables in the back.


To finish out the design, I used brushed nickel hardware to compliment the leaded glass windows.