As Super Bowl 52 approaches, the city of Minneapolis is diligently working to complete their check list of “to dos” to host the game right here in our home state of Minnesota. While many will be flocking to Minneapolis to watch the game at U.S. Bank Stadium, thousands of viewers will be hosting and watching the game from the comforts of their own homes. Which airs the question….is your entertainment center game-day ready?

Perhaps you’re planning to purchase a new TV to watch the big game, maybe you need more storage, or possibly you simply want to update the look of your entertainment center. If so, there are a few things to consider before revamping your entertainment center area.

Things to consider…

If you’re planning to purchase a new TV, what size are you planning to purchase? Larger flat-screen TVs continue to be on the rise for home entertainment systems and can determine the size of entertainment furniture you need. With Dura Supreme, cabinetry options are wide open when it comes to designing your new entertainment center. Dura Supreme can be configured and customized to accommodate any screen size.  Whether it’s a fully integrated built-in unit or a stand-alone furniture piece, the options are endless.

Pictured below are a few design inspirations of entertainment centers that fit and function around larger sized screen TVs. Check out the media room with the large projector screen!

Dura Supreme Cabinetry with Montego door style; Knotty Alder in Heavy Patina D finish

A custom emterainment center wall and fireplace mantel design with Dura Supreme Cabinetry. The white painted living room cabinets and fireplace mantel have a transitional style that's designed to be a long-term classic. Create a media wall and custom entertainment center to fit your living space with American-made cabinets from Dura Supreme.

Dura Supreme Cabinetry Built-in Entertainment Center Wall designed by Studio M Kitchen & Bath. Minnesota.

Photo by Buckeye Basements, Inc

Next, do you need more storage for your media components (DVD’s, Blu-Rays, X-Box system, or a Wii) or maybe some open shelves to showcase family photos or pieces of art? Dura Supreme offers a wide arrange of storage and shelving options for all your storage needs. Below are a few examples of what Dura Supreme has to offer.

A flat, roll-out media shelf (ROSF)

Perhaps you prefer a more minimalistic look now that television consumption has evolved to streaming and digital recording. Large media components have downsized and are easier to conceal, therefore, you could forgo the built-in style entirely and surround your TV with floating shelves to showcase photos and family heirlooms.

A light gray stained contemporary entertainment center with a collection of matching floating shelves in a modern living room design.

Photo by 41 West

A contemporary entertainment center with built-in media cabinets.

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With Dura Supreme Cabinetry the cabinet and design options are endless when it comes to creating your new entertainment center area. Contact your local authorized Dura Supreme dealer today to see what they can create for you.

Danielle Bohn Kitchen & Bath designer and guest blog author for Dura Supreme Cabinetry at Studio M Kitchen & Bath in Plymouth, Minnesota.

Danielle Bohn, CMKBD is a Kitchen & Bath Designer from Studio M Kitchen & Bath, MN who specializing in Dura Supreme Cabinetry and a Certified Master Kitchen & Bathroom Designer (CMKBD) with 10+ years of experience in the Kitchen & Bathroom industry and a degree in Interior Design. Her accolades include the distinction of being named 2016 Best of KBIS Judge, 2015 NKBA 30 Under 30 recipient and has had several of her designs published in Alaska’s Best Kitchen Magazine and a feature in Alaska Home Magazine. Her background with Dura Supreme allows her to share her design expertise and experience with the product lines and the wonderful design features Dura Supreme has to offer!

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