MODERN TV STAND DESIGNS FOR ULTIMATE HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Modern TV stand assortment offers a lot of different options when it comes to aesthetics and practicality. Some units are thin and space-conscious while others occupy entire walls providing plenty of storage space. Materials vary from solid wood to plastic and fiberglass, and the shapes are as different as human imagination allows.
Creating a gallery for a TV isn’t an easy task. Antologia Bookshelf by Studio 14 for Mogg eliminates the need for one, creating an interesting pattern around the TV and providing space for external devices. This is a perfect space-saving media center that will both take little space in an apartment and make for attractive wall decor.
Jovo Bozhinovski has designed an apartment with a futuristic modern TV stand, building it into the corner of the room. Featuring a sleek black wedge shape the stand fits perfectly into the backlit wall niches. The contrast between the black TV and white walls also makes for a stylish look while the blue-ish light further promotes the futuristic aesthetic.
While BIT and TECNO stands are minimal and sleek Odeon stands out with its massive glossy TV backdrop and a rounded wooden open cabinet. The swiveling panel allows more flexibility when it comes to TV positioning. And ample storage space is enough for both external devices and various other media.
Cobra TV stand is the epitome of minimalism. Made of plywood the curved sleek panel features multiple sockets for audio-visual devices and a hidden cable inlet. Also equipped with the wheels and a shelf for various magazines and small electronics Cobra can be easily moved from room to room or corner to corner.
A popular freestanding modern TV stand got a new shape from Bonaldo. The circular panel with a wall mount for the TV and the built-in partially disguised shelves for the media.
Organic Premium Tv Console is one of the most unusual units out there. Its round TV panel is repeated by its general shape and the unconventional design even features drawers and floating shelves that add functionality to the appearance.
Conclusively, it is important to say that entertainment centers are usually big and require quite a bit of space. In return they offer a lot of additional storage and display space. These are great for spacious open layout homes as they help create a focal point in the main room and occupy all of that empty wall space. This is the beauty of the wall entertainment centers, as you don’t have to think about a gallery wall to disguise your TV. Some of them come with sliding panels for hiding the thing when it’s not in use.