If you give Kevin Boyar of B&D Construction a blank wall, here is just one of the many custom ways he can make it both useful and beautiful.


“With all of our custom in-house (designed & constructed) built-ins, our goal is to maintain a connection between the piece and the surrounding space. In this particular instance, we opened up much of the living area by removing walls and utilized Shaker-style columns with inset glass bead and similarly styled half-walls.  We then carried that same aesthetic to the design of the entertainment center.  The piece is “waterfalled” (individual sections come forward and others are pushed back) to add interest to the 14-foot wide unit.  Soft-close, dove-tailed drawers provide upscale practicality.  We also added a magnetically applied (so we could take it down for access) face frame directly around the wall-mounted television itself to create a more integral look (you don’t see any of the television frame; just the screen).  The piece was finished with a spray-applied lacquer paint and white audio fabric was added over the speakers to maintain an uninterrupted visual.”