TV sets come with assorted devices and accessories: A web of wires connecting to the TV to the DVD player to the gaming console to the supersonic, extra-high definition speakers…and so forth. Discs and instruction pamphlets scurry around the perimeter of this media ecosystem. Lose the remote that works everything and the entire show goes dark. Without proper storage, your home theater dream can become a tangled and dysfunctional home theater nightmare.
A Superhero Storage Device
Thankfully, TV units are here to save the day. A beautiful lowline corner Avila TV cabinet provides an attractive place to store your TV, assorted boxes and receiving devices, as well as your movie players and gaming consoles. That rat’s nest of wires gets quietly hidden away behind a beautiful piece of furniture. Your assortment of movies and games are organized out of sight in drawers. Choose a TV cabinet such as the Angora for ample shelf space. This way, the only things that need remain visible are the ones you choose to display for decorative purposes. No matter what kind of technology snarl you have going on behind all of those devices, great media storage can make it all look cool, calm and perfectly organized.
Another fantastic aspect of media storage is that you don’t have to abandon style to get amazing functionality. A TV unit is no longer simply a utility item where storage is the primary purpose and looks are an afterthought. No matter your design aesthetic, there is a TV unit that will look simply stunning in your living space. A TV unit with a colorful, rustic finish will add a charming touch while organizing all of your modern devices. If your style is more contemporary, you can certainly find a piece in such as the extendable Connor Unit in a clean, minimalist style. Media organization is no longer one-size-fits all. From the colorful and eclectic to the understated and elegant, choose one that will best complement the rest of your living room.
For the ultimate in screen storage, a large entertainment set such as the Johansen provides room for your TV, DVD/blu-ray player, gaming units, discs and all of your remote controls. These work best in bigger rooms where your sitting area is set back a bit from the TV. Multiple shelves provide ample room to store books and show off treasured items. Handy drawers at the bottom of an entertainment unit allow smaller items to be hidden away.
If you have a smaller living room space, go with a TV cabinet or a dwell scandinavian lowline unit. This will keep your TV screen at a comfortable viewing level. Organize your furniture around your unit and you’ll create a cozy entertainment cockpit that’s perfect for a movie marathon or a night of video gaming.
Not Just for the Living Room
The heart of your TV life is likely the living room. However, if your household is like most others, you probably have a TV in the bedroom, as well. Some people perch their TVs on top of dressers or side tables, but this isn’t ideal. Attractive media storage is equally important in every room. This is especially true in your bedroom, a space that should be a calm and well-organized sanctuary. To tame cords and keep TV paraphernalia under control in your sleeping space, opt for a sleek and attractive entertainment unit instead of furniture that was designed for other purposes. Even if your bedroom isn’t large, there’s always room for a compact and lowline TV unit to keep things stylish and sane.
Whether your space is big or small, contemporary or more traditional, you’ll be able to find a TV unit that perfectly accents it. Especially if you are switching from a piece of furniture that wasn’t designed with media in mind to a modern entertainment unit, you’ll be amazed at the difference. From a stressful and cluttered mess to sleek and organized sanity, a TV unit will make rotting your brain an absolutely enjoyable experience.
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