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 entertainment center is often the biggest and most important piece of furniture in the living room or family space. it ”s where all the storage can be found and sometimes it also serves as the focal point of the room, being the unit that faces the sofa. As you already know, with so many different designs and options available, choosing one is nearly impossible. Hopefully, you can find some inspiration in the examples we prepared.
Measuring 46.2 x 11.8 x 20.8, it can accommodate up to a 60-inch TV weighing up to 75 pounds. There are two options available for board thickness: the 0.6-inch eco-friendly MDF board is heavier, while the 0.9-inch eco-friendly honeycomb board has melamine facing and is easy to clean and resistant to scratches. The stand is currently available in four colors: white, black, oak, and espresso.
This is a media stand designed for use in a corner of a living room or TV room. It provides space for a large TV, DVD player, books and other items. This wooden stand has got two open shelves and two storage drawers.
The stand can be constructed in different configurations to complement more traditional or modern decor and can be scaled to fit smaller spaces. The customization options also boast reasonable storage space for media consoles, DVDs, books, or decorations.
This TV stand”s sleek chrome finish and black, tempered glass top add instant style to a living space, complementing both art deco and modern aesthetics. Simple and sophisticated, the stand’s sturdy metal frame is curved in the shape of a half moon with wide-set legs.
If there is an alcove in which you are building the center, fill the space completely with cabinets to give it the look of built-ins. Arrange cabinets so there is ample space in the center for your TV. Remove cabinet doors so the cabinets look more like built-in structures. Fill the holes with putty. Use a thick slab of wood for the main shelf supporting the TV, or as support over the top of a short cabinet on which the TV rests. Paint the entire structure the same color as the walls in the room to give it that built in, been-there-for-years look.
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