Published at Thursday, January 02nd 2020, 13:26:12 PM. Entertainment Centers. By Emestina Krause.
If there is an alcove in which you are building the center, fill the space completely with cabinets to give it the look of built-ins. Arrange cabinets so there is ample space in the center for your TV. Remove cabinet doors so the cabinets look more like built-in structures. Fill the holes with putty. Use a thick slab of wood for the main shelf supporting the TV, or as support over the top of a short cabinet on which the TV rests. Paint the entire structure the same color as the walls in the room to give it that built in, been-there-for-years look.
This rustic entertainment center with industrial touches by FLO Design Studio uses a few tricks to keep it from weighing down the room. Pipe pieces act as feet to the unit, and the clearance between the cabinetry and the floor offer a lightness to the look. The open shelves appear to float against the wall, and the unit is made from light-toned reclaimed wood.
The VIVO "s table top is designed to connect to the back of your flat-screen TV with its universal mounting holes that measure between 75mm x 75mm and 800mm x 400mm. The strength-tested solid steel legs are padded and won "t scratch furniture surfaces. It can hold weights up to 100 pounds and provides a great level of support to balance your TV "s base. Due to its simplicity, it "s also one of the easiest TV stands to setup.
Because of its design it would be appropriate for a modern of contemporary living room in a similar minimalistic decor. Because it's white it can be matched with just about anything.