Colonial Style Entertainment Center
A Colonial Style entertainment center is made up of strong, sturdy woods such as walnut, maple or pine and it portrays a traditional look with straight lines, while carved details are for the feet and the edges of the cabinets. However, before purchasing, you should consider the overall look and feel of the room where you can place your new TV cabinet.
The Details of Colonial Entertainment Centers
While the overall feel is important, paying attention to the details of a TV cabinet should also be kept in mind.
Types of Materials Used
In the 18th century, cabinetmakers crafted their pieces from strong, sturdy woods. Traditional ones are made of walnut, maple and pine whereas ornate pieces are made of mahogany and cherry.
One way to keep your design consistent is to hide your TV. You can get Colonial cabinetry with solid, wooden doors that will hide away your TV and other modern appliances.
The most typical style is the cabriole-style curved leg with a foot, sometimes a claw foot, although there are conservative pieces that have a flat-surfaced, block leg.
Most of the time wood is used for such cabinets. However, you may also consider stain or varnish that brings out the natural tones of the wood.
After you have decided on purchasing the entertainment center, you can then decide where to place it in your room. In the olden days, fireplace was the homes centerpiece. Cabinets were placed to the side of the fireplace to be on display. If you have a fireplace, then you can place your new cabinet to the side to add more beauty and style to your room.
So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and purchase one today and flaunt your exquisite entertainment center with pride among your family and friends.