Entertainment centers, also referred to as media centers, are furniture items used to simultaneously hold television sets and the large variety of related electronic components, devices, and media formats related to home entertainment. Most often found in residential living rooms, entertainment centers are large systems designed with a central open space for locating the television that is typically flanked with adjustable storage shelves and cabinets. Unlike more minimal TV stands, entertainment centers are prominent furniture systems that can take up a large amount of horizontal and vertical space in the living room. Because of their size and prominence in the household, entertainment centers are often designed to be the focal point of a living room and usually include additional shelves for holding assorted home furnishings such as pottery, photographs, books, plants, and more.
Materials: Particleboard and fiberboard frames and shelves
IKEA Lappland TV Storage Unit front elevation, front (person), side, plan
Materials: Particleboard and fiberboard frames and shelves; tempered glass doors
IKEA Bestå TV Storage Unit - Combination Overhead front elevation, front (person), side, plan