Hide Unsightly Technology in Your Home with Crown Molding
August 27, 2007
Strolling through a local home and garden show recently revealed something that's usually hidden - home entertainment cables can easily be packed into spaces in crown molding for seamless integration of your satellite dish TV options, cable technology, and Internet into a beautiful home interior.
Crown molding and cables: A match made in heaven?
You'd naturally expect to find displays of crown molding
at a home and garden show
because it's a special home-decorating touch people have used for years. But you might be surprised to learn that now crown molding is an important part of many home entertainment systems. Crown molding looks like solid wood, but actually there's a hollow space behind most types that provides a perfect space to run your satellite dish cords, cable TV technology, surround-sound wiring, and Internet connections.
Don't let home-entertainment equipment clutter your home.
All that great home-entertainment equipment can add a lot of fun to your home life, but don't let it overwhelm the place. Crown molding is not only a classy decorating technique, it can also cover all those unsightly cables to give your home a sleek, professional look as you enjoy satellite equipment, cable TV and other home entertainment options. Sources