Technology now allows you to simply distribute music to any room of your home. The downside is that you probably don’t want speakers dominating each of the rooms where you have access to your music.
In-ceiling and in-wall speakers sit flush with the ceiling or wall, and the grilles can be painted to match the ceiling/wall, allowing them to almost completely disappear.
There is a large variation in performance and price. To show what is possible, and what you get for your money, Len Wallis Audio has an area dedicated to architectural speakers, where you can hear models priced from $400 a pair through to $3,000.
Most of the illustrations show the speakers without grilles, since they look rather anonymous with them on - see below!