Living room home cinema: My stylish projector mount and hidden surround receiver

Stylish film projector mount and bookshelf

I have been looking for a way to integrate my home cinema projector into my living room.

I wanted it to be a stylish way, maybe a way to hide it away… Then I came across the Mandal headboard.

Mandal headboard

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IKEA Mandal holds the film projector for my living room home cinema

By putting three of them together I got the perfect projector mount and a cool looking bookshelf.

It was easy. I only needed to align the three headboards and make an extra shelf for my projector.

People seem to love it and it brings a nice warmth to the room too.

Hidden surround receiver

BISSA 2-compartment shoe cabinet

Photo: IKEA.com

BISSA 2-compartment shoe cabinet

Photo: IKEA.com

I got inspired from this site to hide my stereo… So I bought two Bissa 2-compartment shoe cabinet. I cut it down to one compartment and moved the bottom plinth to get a new design. I bought two because I needed an extra top to make the bottom look like the top. My pioneer receiver was a perfect fit. I have a google chrome cast, Apple TV, and WD TV mounted to the unit.

Surround receiver hidden in an IKEA BISSA shoe cabinet

Surround receiver hidden in an IKEA BISSA shoe cabinet for my living room home cinema

An IKEA hack for movie lovers. I hacked a stylish projector mount and hidden surround receiver to create a living room home cinema set up.

Thanks IKEA Hackers, cool to get inspired…

~ Kim Berge-Hansen

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