Published at Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 15:34:23 PM. Entertainment Centers. By Hardtman Fuchs.
Of course, not all entertainment centers rely on diversity. Some, such as the Oak Blackbird, are designed to be compact and to offer all the basic requirements in a simple form which doesn "t occupy a lot of floor space or diminish the room "s spacious and airy feel. This could be accurately described as a cupboard. It has two drawers and two closed door compartments.
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.
If you prefer a light and airy look for your living room, perhaps you "d enjoy the Air unit. it "s a low TV cabinet with plenty of storage inside the closed compartments and a stylish open shelf for holding books and decorations. The unit is made of wood and glass available in two versions. Although it is most commonly used as a wall unit, the design is also available with a painted glass back in case you want to turn it into a space divider.
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.