Ceiling Soffits

By adding a soffit to the ceiling you gain a space to hide various pieces of technology.

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Ceiling soffits are the perfect hiding spots for video projectors, speakers and cabling. A housing built to match the millwork keeps a video projector in prime position without detracting from the decor. Design and installation by Media Rooms Inc., West Chester, Penn.

Ceiling soffits are the perfect hiding spots for video projectors, speakers and cabling. A housing built to match the millwork keeps a video projector in prime position without detracting from the decor. Design and installation by Media Rooms Inc., West Chester, Penn.

If you’re planning to integrate technology—particularly a home theater system—into a room of your house, a custom-built soffit can provide a great hiding spot for speakers, a video projector and even the wiring that will need to be added. At the same time, a soffit can add architectural interest to a space. It also offers

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