This mid-century style stereo console was commissioned by a client in Boston to house his turntable and other stereo components.
Painted in Sun-Kissed Yellow, this piece really catches your eye. I chose oil-rubbed bronze hardware to pop against the vibrant yellow.
The doors open up for easy access to the stereo components. Hidden underneath the shelf is a power strip to neatly contain all the necessary plugs, and only a single cord comes out of the back of the console.
The top of the console opens fully as well to allow access to a turntable on the top shelf. Three holes allow for power or other cable to pass from the upper area to the lower. An additional hole in the rear of the console allows for wiring to be run out for speakers.