Published at Friday, February 22nd, 2019 - 02:32:48 AM. TV Stands And Entertainment Centers. By Valentin Chabert.
To organize everything and to put each thing in its proper place, one must first purge your tv stands or entertainment centers. The key to proper organization it to know what goes into the unit. A big bulk of your clutter is made up of things you no longer use. Keep only the ones that you regularly use. If you have a collection of DVD's or VCD's, take out the ones that you will not watch anymore to save space. Throw out or donate the VHS tapes that are outdated or that no longer works. Store these in separate areas to ensure that you will not have a clutter of old tapes and cd's inside your entertainment centers.
Entertainment centers include not just space for the television and blu-ray player, but also often have shelving on the sides or underneath for added organization. Consider how big your DVD collection is, or if you have a lot of video game consoles that all need to be hooked up in one space. Also make sure you have enough space to organize all those extra wires. If you invest in surround sound speakers, you should consider where they will be set up on the entertainment system. It's always safer to buy a center with a bit extra organizational space; worse case scenario you can fill it with decorations like plants of framed photos. If you don't want an entertainment center that's going to go from the floor to the ceiling, consider a smaller television stand center, that just has a space for the unit as well as a couple of shelves underneath. Armoires are another option for those who want to be able to hide the television for a more aesthetic appeal. You can easily close the doors over the television to decrease the distraction.
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