By Ludovic Joguet. TV Stands And Entertainment Centers. Published at Saturday, October 20th, 2018 - 01:48:26 AM.
TV stands range from simple flat screen mounts that sit on your floor to corner units with just a shelf or two to elaborate entertainment centers that can house all your components, CDs, DVDs and records. These days finding a TV stand that fits your décor, whether it's modern or traditional, is easy with so many different options available. Many modern and contemporary stands are sleek and designed to maximize your space. They can be low profile and wide, or they can be just as wide as your television with room to store just a few audio/video components. Corner stands are a great way to save space and are available in many contemporary designs and finishes. Most modern TV stands will offer some amount of storage for your A/V components or collection of movies, but if you truly want all these items in one place you might be better off with an entertainment center.
Entertainment centers are a great place to store and display statues, pictures, clocks, and other miscellaneous household items. However, over time, the number of knick knacks you store in your entertainment center can get out of control. So, after you take everything out, figure out which figurines, pictures, collector plates, and other items you can store elsewhere or simply have no business being there. This will help create more space as well as reduce the cluttered look of your cabinets and drawers. Once you've taken everything out, thrown out what you don't use, organized your DVDs, CDs, and other items that were in your entertainment center, it's now time to put everything back. The best way to do this is to assign a specific drawer or cabinet for each item. Keep all your CDs together in one drawer and your DVDs in another. Put specific knick knacks in one area, and keep all your electronic devices together.
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.
Most homes have corner units that are not utilized properly. Use these empty spaces properly by installing corner entertainment centers. Your formerly empty spaces are now storage areas for your prized TV and home theater system. Use your walls as storage areas. Entertainment wall units are now the latest rage and the largest category in home entertainment centers. These units are made up of several pieces that form one large piece of furniture that is the central area for storing your plasma or LCD sets. Another great thing about entertainment wall units is that they often have spotlights for illumination purposes. Wall units are now very easy to install and once you have them, you instantly free up more space in your living room. These efficient storage units make use of wall spaces that are not used for any purpose at all.
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