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Living Room Entertainment Units and TV Stands

TV stands and entertainment units tend to be the largest focal points in a living room's furniture, and certainly some of the most functional. There's plenty of styles to choose from, ranging from an array of materials and differing in tiers of quality and price points, so you can be assured of finding something to suit your decor.

Living Room Entertainment Unit and TV Stand Styles

With style options to suit most interior decorating tastes, entertainment units and TV stands range from slick modern getups to chunky reclaimed wood options. Low-slung and modular cabinets in monochrome black or white are modern and sleek looking, ideal for a flat or minimalist decor. Glazed finishes leave a shiny and clean appearance. Recycled wood cabinets are chunky and accented with solid steel for a rustic, masculine feel, and Danish-inspired mid-century modern cabinets add a touch of retro glam to a room. Futuristic-looking stands are constructed from metal and glass for strong, yet translucent and shiny, appeal.

Living Room Entertainment Unit and TV Stand Materials

Popular materials for entertainment units are wood and wood composites. MDF cabinets with lacquer or laminate finishes tend to be lightweight, low cost and look good. Wooden cabinets can be constructed from lightweight or reclaimed pine, and heavier woods, such as oak for solid furniture, is designed to last a long time. Gloss cabinet tops make for a glamourous finish and are often constructed from tempered glass for a sturdy, yet stylish, effect. TV stands are designed to hold a heavy weight and keep it sturdy, and are often reinforced with metal to ensure that the necessary support is available.

Living Room Entertainment Unit and TV Stand Features

Most entertainment units are multifunctional and have space for cords and cables to be run through, so that they are hidden and there's no tangled mess on display. Incorporating drawers and shelves for storage of DVDs and cables, most have shelf space on which to place accessories, like Apple TVs and DVD players, or decorative ornaments. Larger entertainment units can incorporate modular shelving to hold speakers and display decor, books and other items.

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