The only way you could make wireless work would be to compress all the Blu-ray's using x264 handbrake, streaming raw BD is just not possible. You can get very high quality encodes out of x264 that will be fine over wireless but it takes a long time, a single BD on a top of the line quad core Intel CPU will still take a few hours and on anything else like an i5 thats several hours then getting longer after that.
You could get lucky with powerline adapters streaming raw BD, these send ethernet over power cables of the house, but they do not always perform as well as true ethernet.
The easiest way to build a media library with a nice UI is Plex
however it has a few conditions.
* You need a server capable of running Plex media server, preferably an x86 based one as Plex is demanding on the CPU
* Plex set top box clients do not support DVD/BD menus so to get raw BD you must rip with MakeMKV which does not convert/compress but simply copies the video into an mkv container.
* No HD audio.
So if happy with that get a Synology DS413+ NAS to run the Plex server and get a GoogleTV v2 box to use the Plex client, a whole bunch of them were just announced at CES but you can get Hisense Pulse, Vizio Co-start and Sony models already.