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TV & Hi-Fi Units

TV and hi-fi units are multimedia storage units used for televisions, hi-fi equipment, games consoles and more.  TV and hi-fi units come in rustic, classic contemporary, farmhouse, modern retro and Scandi designs to suit your individual taste.  A wide variety of finishes, colours and materials are also available, including oak, reclaimed wood, high gloss options and painted units.  TV units with storage come in different sizes with varying numbers of drawers, shelves and cupboards, ensuring you can find the ideal combination to store your technology and multimedia.

 
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Things to consider when choosing your TV Unit

A hi-fi or TV unit is a piece of furniture used to store multimedia equipment.  Multimedia equipment can vary substantially in size – televisions, DVD and Blu-ray players, games consoles and hi-fi equipment all fall into this category – and each person requires a different combination to suit their lifestyle.  As such, you will want to choose the best unit for your personal requirements, taking into account the types of storage you will need and what sorts of functions you would like the unit to fulfil.

Wide shelf compartments are intended for DVD players, Blu-ray players and games consoles.  A large cupboard or cabinet can also be used for this purpose, concealing your media behind wooden or glass doors.  Drawers and small cupboards with shelves are useful for keeping CDs, DVDs and games close at hand.  Glass doors allow you to display favourite albums and movies with style.

Some units include many forms of storage, while others opt for only one or two, so that the unit can maintain its uncomplicated appearance.

Units also come in different shapes and sizes, so it’s important to consider the dimensions of your room and the space you have available when deciding what to purchase.  Consider whether your unit needs to go in a corner or against a flat wall, as well as the length of the wall.  In the case of a wall combination unit, you may need to check whether there are any obstructions to placing it, such as pictures or wall lighting.

TV and hi-fi units also come in a variety of different colours, looks and finishes.  This means you can select a unit that complements your existing furnishings.  Wall combination TV units can include plenty of extra storage equipment and suits the television by default.

Many television stands will come with cable management holes.  Cable holes keep wires tidied away and out of sight, so they have a positive impact on the aesthetic of the room.  By helping to keep cables untangled and reducing the risk of tripping, they can reduce wear and tear and even prevent accidents and damage to your equipment.

What are the different styles of TV Units?

TV stands come in several different styles and with a variety of functions to meet your requirements.  They also come in varying dimensions to suit the shape and size of your room.  The three most common forms of unit are the standard unit, the corner unit and the wall combination unit.

Standard TV Units

A standard TV table is generally rectangular in shape and is intended to be placed along a flat wall. 

Standard units come in many sizes to suit different spaces.  A small cabinet works well if the room is smaller, or if your TV is going to be positioned alongside a short wall.  They are also a more versatile option, potentially suiting a bedroom, guest room or play room.  Since your unit should ideally be matched to the size of your TV, small units will naturally suit smaller televisions.

A large or extra large TV unit is ideal for supporting a big television.  It also has lots of storage and can even be turned into the focal point of the room.  These units suit living rooms and home cinemas.  A medium sized unit will provide more storage without taking up too much space.

Standard units are suited to carrying varying amounts of media equipment.  They can therefore include a diverse range of storage types to fulfil this purpose, including shelf compartments, small cupboards, large cupboards, glass cabinets and drawers.

Corner TV Units

A corner TV stand performs the same function as a standard TV unit, but with one important difference: its shape.  Corner TV units are perfectly shaped to fit into the corner of the room.  This makes them the perfect choice if you would like your TV to be positioned in a corner.  By sitting almost flush with two walls, corner units also save on space and so are worth considering for a small living room or for compact living.

Corner TV units tend to be smaller but may be slightly deeper on account of their shape.  They still contain storage for DVD players and DVDs and work well in bedrooms and playrooms.

Wall Combination TV Units

Wall combination units are expansive units which take up the majority of one wall.  These units extend well beyond the remit of the simple TV storage unit, containing so many cupboards, cabinets, drawers, bookcases and shelves that they can also hold glassware, ornaments, books and other items.  A complete living room storage solution, the unit can replace display cabinets and even sideboards in your lounge.

The advantage of these smart and stylish units is that they effectively style an entire wall of your room in one go.  Other luxury features may also be available with the units, like soft close drawers and LED lighting.

Combination units are often created in a modern look, with many mixing a gorgeous high gloss finish with beautiful wood veneers.  They are suitable for living rooms, kitchen diners, a large bedroom or a home cinema.

What finishes are available?

Whether the unit is for your lounge, bedroom or spare room, many finishes are available for you to achieve the look you want.

High gloss

High gloss finishes are a popular choice for the modern home.  A high gloss TV unit may contrast monochrome shades with dark wood veneers or metal legs.  This allows the unit to blend well with many colour schemes.  Glass shelving and cabinets add to its impressive and sophisticated appearance.

Classic contemporary

A painted wood TV unit is an excellent option for a classic contemporary style living room.  Classic contemporary options have more elaborate design features such as raised panels, a cove or ogee edge and silver swan neck drop handles for a more decorative feel. 

As well as the living room, these units work well in a bedroom, since their colours complement a divan beautifully.  As they are painted in soft colours like white, grey or green, they complement spare rooms beautifully, which tend to be decorated with a milder colour palette.

Farmhouse

Farmhouse style painted furniture is more likely to feature a wood finish top, which is often made from oak.  The tops tend to have a simpler edge profile and may include more rustic features such as a breadboard end design.  Flat panels are also a common feature.  These units are suited to country living and work well with softer colour palettes.

Rustic

Rustic television stands are often made using solid oak and/or oak veneers.  Oak TV units often sport a warm natural finish which may be oiled, waxed or lacquered to accentuate the wood’s outstanding grain.  An oak TV stand in a rustic style is often made to look chunky and may have thick square legs, breadboard ends or exposed joints to achieve this effect.  This style is popular and fairly versatile but is an excellent choice for a country home.

Modern retro

Modern retro TV units use features like tapered legs, overhanging tops and recessed drawer handles to achieve their look.  Shape is a very important aspect of their design, with some featuring oval handles or even square cable holes for a touch of flair.  A natural finish brings these units into the 21st Century, ensuring they will suit a contemporary home.

Scandi

Scandi styling is all about clean lines and simplicity.  Curves and right angles work together to create functional but beautiful television stands.  A natural wood or white finish completes the effect.  Scandi style TV units possess features such as sliding doors to conceal unwanted clutter, making them perfect for modern, minimalist living.

Industrial

Industrial style furniture often mixes different materials together to provide plenty of contrast.  Most often, this involves pairing metal legs with a reclaimed wood top.  Perfect for shabby chic styling, reclaimed wood is repurposed old wood that has accumulated plenty of character.  Not only does every piece of reclaimed wood have its own unique history, it’s also better for the environment.  Industrial furniture may also include a distressed finish.

 

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