Published at Wednesday, January 01st 2020, 11:48:05 AM. Entertainment Centers. By Edsel Zimmermann.
Create a freestanding, large entertainment center by creating two stacks of cabinets the same height on either side of one wider cabinet which serves as the base or focal point for the center. Use a countertop to span the entire unit for the main shelf, or use a glass desktop or reclaimed door in place of the countertop. Connect cabinets to one another by drilling holes through one into the next, securing with bolts and nuts. This way, you can disassemble them easily later on. Drill holes in the backs and bottoms of cabinets to allow for cables and wiring. Add a power strip inside one of the cabinets for tidy cords.
Keep clutter at bay with the South Shore Adrian TV stand, which boasts ample storage, including a wide shelf specifically for a soundbar. More inexpensive than other options, it will offer plenty of space to stash books, movies, and gaming equipment. There are five open storage spaces as well as two spaces behind decorative glass doors with adjustable shelves. Each of the glass doors features a metal handle in a black matte finish. For easy wire management, there are holes in the back of the unit. No soundbar? The shelf can be used for any of your other storage need.
A definite conversation starter and space saver, the Atlus Plus is one of the only TV stands that don "t touch the ground. The console mounts easy to your wall at any height with its innovating hanging rail mounting system.
It measures 56.875 x 19.125 x 32.65 inches and features two safety tempered glass doors with an adjustable shelf. It can hold up to a 62-inch TV and is designed to make wire and cable adjustments a breeze when setting up your electronic equipment.