Just finished up a an open cabinet installation for a client - an existing small residential installation that had been upgraded piece by piece but was a cabling spaghetti mess. As more cables were added (to support an upgrade to Sky Q) I recommended we tidy it up.
As the main network point is in the snug, under the TV, I decided on a wood effect cabinet, supplied by Penn Elcom. It doesn't particularly match the existing cupboard, but the client is having the cupboard remade, and will have the cabinet integrated into the new cupboard on heavy duty pull-out rails, and the new cupboard will match a lot better.
The existing US-8-150 and ToughSwitch were replaced with a US-16-150 to match the rack, and the US-8-150 will be re-used to power two outdoor APs for the next phase.
Ideally I would have mounted the USG and BT modem vertically, but didn't have enough space available to do that, so having them horizontally on a shelf is a bit of a compromise, but still workable.
The Sky Q Mini is mounted in a Penn Elcom shelf with a fascia designed specifically for the Mini - they do fascias for Sky HD, Sky Q (main & mini), Xbox, Sonos, etc. The cabinet has a power strip in the back, and existing network and HDMI cables are connected using through couplers mounted in a panel, so that the entire cabinet can be easily removed and disconnected from the fixed cables if it needs to be removed.