A nice way to highlight the beauty of a living room with no architectural details is with an entertainment center or wall unit such as this one. Because the unit features all sorts of carved out details, it doesn”t need a striking color or an unusual shape to stand out.
The vintage style and functionality make this impressive corner entertainment center perfect for flat screen TVs. The delicate design and the interesting details of the finish delight, creating a unique whole.
Create a freestanding, large entertainment center by creating two stacks of cabinets the same height on either side of one wider cabinet which serves as the base or focal point for the center. Use a countertop to span the entire unit for the main shelf, or use a glass desktop or reclaimed door in place of the countertop. Connect cabinets to one another by drilling holes through one into the next, securing with bolts and nuts. This way, you can disassemble them easily later on. Drill holes in the backs and bottoms of cabinets to allow for cables and wiring. Add a power strip inside one of the cabinets for tidy cords.
The VIVO ”s table top is designed to connect to the back of your flat-screen TV with its universal mounting holes that measure between 75mm x 75mm and 800mm x 400mm. The strength-tested solid steel legs are padded and won ”t scratch furniture surfaces. It can hold weights up to 100 pounds and provides a great level of support to balance your TV ”s base. Due to its simplicity, it ”s also one of the easiest TV stands to setup.
For those who can ”t decide how they want their TV stand to look — or if they even want a TV stand at all — the DEVAISE 3-in-1 is exceptionally versatile. It offers flexibility in both function and appearance, with multiple uses as a TV stand, bookcase and display cabinet and reconfigurable L-shaped shelves.
This rustic entertainment center with industrial touches by FLO Design Studio uses a few tricks to keep it from weighing down the room. Pipe pieces act as feet to the unit, and the clearance between the cabinetry and the floor offer a lightness to the look. The open shelves appear to float against the wall, and the unit is made from light-toned reclaimed wood.
For small spaces, the Link entertainment center is exactly right. The unit was designed by Paolo Cattelan and has adjustable width. The frame can either be white or graphite and the walnut drawer unit will always add a nice contrast to the design. Despite the compact design and small dimensions, the unit is surprisingly roomy in terms of storage.
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