- Griffin Reclaimed Wood Media Console $1,299 Special $779 – $1,039
- Griffin Reclaimed Wood Media Console, Dusty Safari $1,299 Special $779 – $1,039
- Livingston Low Media $1,499
- Livingston Small TV Stand $1,648 – $1,947
- Livingston Large TV Stand $2,199
- Molucca Media Console $1,099 Special $879
- Bowry Reclaimed Wood Media Console $799 – $1,499 Sale $559.99 – $1,499
- Lorraine Media Console $1,399
- Aubrey Long Low Media $999
- Luella Media Console $999 Special $499
- Kaplan Media Console $1,499
- Benchwright TV Stand, Seadrift, Small $999
- Benchwright TV Stand, Large $1,499
- Parker Media Console $999 Special $799
- Brooklyn Corner Media Console $349
- Williams Media Console $1,299
- Dawson Media Console $1,899
- Rico Media Console $1,299
- Capitola Media $899 Special $449
- Benchwright TV Stand, Small $999
- Quinton Media Console $999 Special $699
- Benchwright TV Stand, Large $1,499
- Metropolitan Media Console $399
- Tanner Media Console $499 Special $399
- Tanner Media Tower $399 Special $319
- Tanner Media Set $1,297 Special $1,037
- Monsarrat Media Cabinet $1,199
- Juno Reclaimed Media Console $899 – $1,299
- Juno Reclaimed Media Tower $489 – $699
- Eton Media Cabinet $1,399
- Eastwood Media Cabinet $1,700
- Elsie Large Media Cabinet $1,229
- Elsie Small Media Cabinet $1,229
- Bowry Small TV Stand $799 Sale $559.99
- Andover Media Console $1,299
- Holstead Shutter Large Media Console $1,699
- Clerk's Console Table $1,699
- Reynolds Media Stand $1,537 Sale $921.99
- Reynolds Long Low Media Suite $2,314 Sale $1,387.99
- Logan Large TV Stand $799 Special $479 – $799
- Logan Large TV Stand, Hewn Oak $799 Special $479 – $799
- Logan Media Suite with Drawers and Glass Towers, Hewn Oak $3,195 Special $1,821 – $3,035
- Printer's TV Stand $1,299 Special $1,039 – $1,299
- Printer's TV Stand Suite with Towers $2,619 – $3,848 Special $2,719 – $3,848
- Tivoli Media Console $699
TV Stands & Consoles
For many people, the TV is at the heart of the home. A television is often in the living room and forms a focal point for friends and family gather to enjoy movie nights or challenge each other in the latest video games. If you enjoy your television and use it regularly, it makes sense to show it off in style by selecting an attractive and functional TV stand or media console.
Before making a decision on what kind of TV stand to buy, consider your room and how you use the space to find the perfect position for maximum viewing pleasure. For example, if you’ve used one of your area rugs to define a seating area where people gather, you’ll want to position the television in relation to that seating plan. To minimize the number of cables that are visible, try to position your television close to a power source, with enough outlets for any peripherals, such as your Blu-ray player and video game console.
The most comfortable position for a TV is at eye-level, at a distance from your viewing position equal to three times the screen’s diagonal length. It’s a good idea to ensure there’s plenty of space around your console, so it doesn’t impede movement around the room. This is particularly important if you have a busy house filled with pets or children, where there is an increased risk of someone or something bumping into the television. If space is limited or you like to keep your floors clear, a wall-mounted bracket may be the best option, especially if it has a swing-arm to give you complete control over your viewing angle.
Consider Form and Function
When you buy any living room tables, size is important, and this is especially true for TV tables. Something too big won’t leave you with enough space, while something too small may seem out of place, especially if you intend to make it a focal point. It’s worth measuring up to find out how much space you have available, remembering to consider the size of the television and how much room you want to leave around the stand. Manufacturers usually list a recommendation for a maximum screen size, and following those guidelines means you won’t end up with something that’s so small your television overhangs the sides.
There are many styles of TV stands available, each with their own advantages. Simple TV tables are compact and unobtrusive, with an understated style suitable for many types of accommodation, while consoles often incorporate plenty of shelving and storage cupboards. Consider how many devices you intend to attach to your television, and how many you want to keep on display. If you prefer to keep devices out of sight when they aren’t in use, a console with doors is a good choice, but an open-front bench provides easier access and is often smaller. For versatility and convenience, consider stands that have adjustable shelves for devices of various sizes and cutouts on the back for you to keep your cables organized.
Making the Most of Materials
Technology is a part of modern life, so consider making it part of your home decor with a well-chosen console or TV table that blends seamlessly with the surroundings. Wood is a versatile choice, as the wide range of colors, styles and finishes makes it easy to find something that matches your existing decor; but you could go for a sleek, understated glass stand to open up a small space and make your room feel bigger, or even pick a metal stand for a more industrial and modern style.
Your Home, Your Vision
Choosing the right TV stand helps you make the most of your free time. There’s no right or wrong choice, but by selecting a stand that positions the TV at a comfortable height and distance and provides adequate storage space for all of your attached media devices, you have the power to create a pleasant environment for relaxing with your favorite movies and shows. Make staying in the new going out by creating the perfect home cinema experience.