Los Angeles hidden audio video system

This Master Bedroom in this Los Angeles home hides a casual Media Room audio video system in this Paul Williams home. In 2012 we did a full audio video and home automation system retrofit and completed it in less than 3 weeks while doing an absolute minimum of damage to the existing walls and structure.

This room features a flat panel TV that hides behind motorized artwork when turned off. The audio video components are located in an equipment rack in a closet elsewhere in the hoom. All speakers are flush-mount in the ceiling. A room like this proves that clean interior design and audio video go together, if you are working with the right custom audio video integration company.

The Crestron home automation system in this bedroom (and house-wide) controls audio/video, lighting, security, climate (HVAC), motorized shades, and 2 motorized TV concealment systems. The home includes a combination of handheld touchscreens, in-wall touchscreens, and Crestron-connected iPads.

photo by Berlyn Photography

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Brigitte Fabi added this to DeLa Mater great room30 January 2019

this is picture frame t.v. cover that looks like a painting when the t.v. is not on.

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