By Ninon Sartre. TV Stands And Entertainment Centers. Published at Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 - 07:39:01 AM.
Entertainment centers and TV stands come in an endless variety of sizes and configurations. Entertainment centers are a great investment in terms of how they use the available floor space in a room since they utilize both vertical (wall) rather and horizontal (floor) space. The other noticeable benefit of an entertainment center is storage, providing a multifunctional solution. Not only do entertainment furniture function as TV stands, they incorporate different types of storage in order to accommodate a DVD/VCR player, speakers (if you choose not to go the freestanding speaker stands route), DVDs, CDs, games and videos. For you to get the most out of your entertainment furniture, decide what features you would like. In order to determine what kinds of features would be most useful to you, take your lifestyle into consideration. If the room where you watch television is more home theater than living room, then DVD storage will be important to you. If you don't like clutter, then an entertainment furniture with a wire management system, cabinets and enclosed shelves will be a better choice for you.
Discard everything that you do not use regularly. If you have purchased a movie or CD that you once liked but no longer use, burn it on a computer and dispose of the CD. Next, get rid of your old VHS tapes. Since they are outdated and they take a lot of space in your cabinet, it's better if you give them to charity. If you still want to keep some of your favorite VHS tapes, then keep the specific tapes you enjoy most and discard the rest. Undoubtedly, you have a significant number of DVDs and CDs in your entertainment center. The best way to keep them organized is to keep them in some sort of order. Whether it's alphabetically, by order of use, or some other system, the best solution is to sort them in an order that makes sense to you. HINT: The best way to get your DVDs and CDs in order before you put them in the entertainment cabinet is to lay them out on the floor and organize them there. In order to do this right, you need to know precisely where they're going to go in your entertainment center and roughly how many you can store in that section. This way you can simply move your DVDs and CDs from the floor to the cabinets without much hassle.
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.
Usually with a width of 6o inches, side by side units are another type of entertainment center. One side of this storage unit is for the television set while the other side is for the sound system or any media component. This design dates back longer but is also quite helpful as a good storage space. They have doors along one or both sides. Keep in mind that there are so many forms of TV furniture that you can easily choose a design to fit your needs. Go with one specific theme or match the other existing pieces that you already own to make sure that what you get is the best choice. Keep your entertainment centers free of clutter by organizing your electronic devices as well as you DVD and CD collections. Maintain a neat area so that you can maximize the space inside and outside your entertainment centers. Group all the similar items and keep your gadgets' wires and plugs neat and tidy. Lastly, make sure that you know the correct measurements of your TV, stereos, and DVD players before buying the right armoire or wall unit.
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