1. Open Shelving
The open shelf design is rapidly becoming the most popular, especially for those who are looking for a less obtrusive configuration, conserving space and provide open visual element. Typically, a central frame has several shelves, and often provides support for television itself.
With a unique, holistic way, the design incorporates console useful shelf and surface area abundant in a concise piece of furniture. Most models have closed bookcase and a rectangular structure.
3. Stand With Audio Towers
The TV stand with audio towers is a modular way that mimics most functionality and presentation of a complete entertainment center with a pair of high shelves structured flanking the center stand and television itself. These allow speaker placement and any other additional equipment.
A venerable piece of furniture, cabinets or shelves which are stacked on top of a space in the horizontal counter. The variation of TV stand only leaves room for television and leads flanking cabinets.
The design of the cabinet comes in two flavors, one more like the console models, with closed cabinets beneath an open surface on which television is based, and one is no different from a standard cabinet, with drawers set under a large fully enclosed space where the screen can be concealed when not in use.
The swivel design TV stand sets the whole structure on a turntable, which allows for the support itself to form an angle in any given direction for better visibility. This is perfect for televisions without a rotating basis, or for which the speakers are mounted in or on the support.
A unit mounted on the wall that allows the completely open space and a clean and discreet. They contain shelves and often hiding cord. TVs can be placed on top, or on the wall above the float.
8. Entertainment Center
A venerable piece of furniture that can really set a living room outside, with its massive presence singularly artistic presentation of television and associated electronics, and rich, detailed construction. These units are larger than any standard TV stand, and often contain shelves or closed cabinets for housing art pieces, books and media collection.