New plasma screen design not only looks good, it’s also a secret door to the next room.

Los Angeles General Contractor media room design

One of the great things about building is once in a while you get to build something really special. Like this theater room wall that swivels to allow entry into the room next door.

When it closes it’s almost invisible, keeping the plasma dead center in the room. It’s clean design houses the center channel speaker with the other speakers in the walls to either side. All the wires run down a tube that the whole unit swivels on. Their are no wires showing anywhere.

We really loved this custom project, and did a few other special things in this mid century remodel in Hollywood hills that we will share with you as we finish up.

If you have any questions on how we did it give us a call (we did burn some brain cells doing this and would love to help you save some of yours). Besides we love to talk about our projects. The team from Aim Higher Construction in Los Angeles.

About Eric Anderson LA

Hello, I'm Eric Anderson, digital brand guru and dog fanatic. I'm always interested in new internet projects and when I met this guy who made orthopedic dog beds and wanted a website, well being the dog enthusiasts that I am, I buried myself in the project. To make a long story short, I'm now a partner in the project (love it) and our site is live. Just google orthopawdic and you'll find us. We're a new dog bed company so if you can take a look at the site, our dog bed product and let us know what you think. We need feedback to keep improving our service and product. If you're an animal person, I think you'll like what we're doing. Eric Anderson
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