By frenk039. Entertainment Center. At Thursday, April 11th 2019, 22:05:04 PM.
A television will most likely stick out like a sore thumb in any period room. One way to keep your design consistent, but still have your TV, is simply to hide the TV. Most Colonial cabinetry has solid, wooden doors that will conveniently hide away your modern appliances.
Shopping for entertainment centers was fun, and the variety was larger than I expected. The new style TV has spawned a new style of entertainment centers, and old styles are available also. The main styles available included: Entertainment wall units, these are the style that take up an entire wall and often include cupboards and shelves, which are great for books or display.
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.