Published at Sunday, January 05th 2020, 14:00:31 PM. Entertainment Centers. By Emestina Krause.
Traditional, massive cherry-tree TV stand it reminds of homes in America when the whole family watches TV during Thanksgiving- in the corner of their living room. Built in walls, it also contains cabinets and decorative shelf for Christmas trinkets.
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.
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.
With this Contemporary Entertainment Center in White Finish your room is going to transform into a genuine home theater. Includes: 1 open shelf, 2 storage areas behind glass doors, and 2 storage compartments concealed behind wooden doors.