By Wilde Becker. Entertainment Centers. At Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 01:56:17 AM.
In certain cases, a small room doesn "t necessarily need a small entertainment center. A symmetrical design can establish a sense of order in the room. In this case, the TV is framed by the geometric unit which looks quite compact but is in fact very roomy. Concentrating all the storage furniture on one wall leaves the rest of the room free for seating and other things.
If you prefer a sleek, minimalistic look rather than a giant wall unit-style entertainment center, start with one matching kitchen cabinet on either side, with a large glass desktop spanning them. Fill indented cabinet tops beneath the glass with painted wood, handmade art, photographs or entertainment-related memorabilia. Cabinets may be left in wood finish or painted to match the room's decor. Add glass paneled doors if you had like doors on the unit, or leave the cabinets open for instant access to the shelves within.
The piece that you see here was designed by Morten Georgsen and it has a beautiful design that's both modern and minimalist. As you can see, it's composed of two basic shapes. There's a low unit that can be used as a TV stand with storage drawers underneath that have drop-down doors and another storage unit with matte glass doors. The TV can also be suspended and the efect would be approximately the same.