By frenk039. Entertainment Center. At Saturday, April 13th 2019, 16:14:06 PM.
The main feature I was interested in this time was one that saved space. Our old entertainment center was very deep to close away the TV and took up a lot of floor space. We definitely did not need this anymore, so I was happy for the extra room. Our family room is narrow, so I only wanted something to hold the TV and the extra components.
One I saw that I particularly liked was made of dark wood, I believe walnut, with glass doors in the middle (for components) and three narrow drawers down both sides of the middle compartment. Some of the styles I have seen include Quaker, Mission and Dutch Modern. Others I have seen have the more modern look, with a black or silver finish and glass shelves. Of course, the stands come in varying widths, depending on what you need.
Even space limits are not an issue any more with the last innovation of the wall mounted, flat panel TVs that can keep you living room exactly as big as before, while delivering hours of great fun. There are sets suitable even for a bedroom, featuring a DVD player in combination with a flat panel TV.