PCs are no longer nondescript gray boxes. Enthusiasts in this segment have been creating spectacular ‘setups’ for years that make any of these machines look fantastic, but it’s not just the PC, the monitor or the keyboard that matters: the walls and ceiling that surround them also matter.
This is demonstrated by various users who have shared their ‘setups’ on social networks and who show how the use of panels and lighting systems on those walls of the room where we place the PC can further transform that work experience and especially leisure and gaming. Attention, there are amazing ideas here.
The packaging matters (and a lot)
The use of backlit components —liquid cooling systems, memory modules— in PC cases is already known. These boxes take advantage of tempered glass to show that show of light and color.
But it is also that users combine them with other elements that complete really striking setups: monitors, keyboards, mice, or mouse pads they are chosen with more and more care to have a job that we not only enjoy, but of which we feel proud for its aesthetics.
What not so many users do is also take care of the environment of that room in which they place the PC, something that can contribute many integers to the final finish of that leisure and work space.
Although many use more or less curious shelves and decorative elements, there is an interesting trend that goes further: the use of decorative panels and wall and ceiling lighting systems to give those rooms an even more eye-catching look. These types of panels are sold in all kinds of formats and are easy to find – these types are quite popular – and even to mount on the wall.
The result is some setups that are even more complete and that allow us to have those perfect environments so that users can enjoy their setup even more in work, leisure and gaming sessions. Here are some examples, which in fact end with a particularly spectacular idea and, why not say it, stormy.
And one of the best, for the end: there are those who are not happy with more or less static lighting creates a kind of storm around him: This user used PVC panels and a lot of spray adhesive and polyester—just Google ‘diy clouds’ to find out how to mimic these designs—for a truly spectacular result: