What are entertainment centers called?

What are entertainment centers called?

An entertainment center (or centre), also known as an entertainment complex, is a piece of furniture designed to house consumer electronic appliances and components, such as televisions.

What does an entertainment center do?

They are intended to showcase the television and its companion components, including cable boxes, DVD players, home theater systems, speakers, etc. Typically the entertainment center is also used to display other decorative pieces, such as framed photos and family mementos.

What are entertainment centers made of?

There are solid wood entertainment centers with shelves and bookcases, solid wood wall entertainment centers and corner units available, all made in high-quality hardwood, oak, quarter-sawn white oak or cherry. Whatever your room needs in an entertainment center, you can almost certainly find it here.

What is the top of an entertainment center called?

The top hutch can come in handy for storing things like speakers, movies and books, as well as displaying decor like family photos or collectibles. There are also TV stands with hutches that have additional shelving on each side, but still take up less room than entertainment walls.

What is the difference between a TV stand and an entertainment center?

Small entertainment consoles have a more horizontal appearance than TV stands. An elongated display creates a different look and feel that can make a small room appear bigger. Our Statesman TV Console with Power Box is the perfect addition. Wall units will become a statement in your TV room.

Where should I put my entertainment center?

Choose a place for the entertainment center where it does not block any windows, doors or vents. A long blank wall in the room is ideal. Typically a room with an entertainment center will also need seating across from it, such as a couch or several large chairs.

What is TV stand for?

Definition. TV. Television. TV. Top View (drafting)