Got money to burn? Worried that your new minimalist home cinema system doesn’t fit in well with your mock Georgian property? Worry no more – bespoke fitted furniture manufacturer Neville Johnson has produced a Linea home cinema range to show off your technology in a more elaborate way.
The Linea range is designed around your home cinema kit – either your existing set-up, or if you like, they’ll work with your supplier to build something from scratch for your home. Some of the features the company boasts include scoop drawer design, one touch push catches and "gas lifts" that allow you to open the unit with a single touch. You can also have opaque glass inlays, mood lighting and "imaginative shelving design gives the illusion of floating shelves". And, more practically, they’ll make sure there’s not a cable in sight.
All sounds a bit "Footballers’ Wives" for me, but if you like the sounds of mood lights and floating shelves for your DVDs, prices start at £5,000 – which is considerably cheaper than Bang and Olufsen’s room makeover.
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