The design staff at Harmony Interiors works closely with each client in order to create the interior environment that best complements his or her personal taste and lifestyle.

Most techs see designers as being arrogant rather than confident. And most designers see A/V technicians as inflexible obstacles to style. It’s that lack of respect for each other’s skill set that gets the whole process started on the wrong foot. Talking less specifics about technology and more about the client’s desired experience will help reach compromises more easily.

Fortunately, we employ both tech gurus and designers – in some cases it’s the same person. We firmly believe that your audio visual system should look as good as it sounds, even when you’re not using it. Decor and ambience are key ingredients to having your home the way you like it, and we do not want to interfere, rather work with you to create a space that houses your entertainment seamlessly and doesn’t compromise on style.

Designer Audio

Our interior designers work with the audio design staff to ensure that our built-in audio systems are virtually invisible. Many of our speakers and speaker grilles can be painted to match or coordinate with interior wall colors or can be strategically hidden to blend in with a client’s desired interior design scheme.

Our designers also work with clients in designing wall units, entertainment centers, and home theater rooms that effectively and attractively conceal other electronic components such as televisions, audio-video receivers, projectors and DVD players.

Our design staff strives to provide clients with tasteful recreational interior environments that are visually exciting and that complement the beauty and excitement of built-in home audio.

So how do we balance design and function? The da Vinci blend of science and art makes for the best solutions. We don’t want to talk about amps or remotes at the beginning; we want to know if you enjoy playing pool or throwing darts. Beer or cosmopolitans? Cheese or chicken wings? This tells us all the non-A/V items that need to go into the room and what will not fit in the space. Once we can lock down the desired functions, the form can follow.

We’re not more expensive, just more creative.