Three options for a sleek Superbowl Sunday.
We heard that 30% of TVs are purchased in the two weeks before the Superbowl. Which means you may need a smart way to display your new tube. Whether you're rooting for the Patriots, 49ers, Giants, Ravens, (or just watching for the ads), we've got your living room covered.
Designed by Jesus Gasca for Stua, the Sapporo Shelving with Cable Management is finished on all sides in white lacquer, like Sapporo's snow in Japan. It can be outfitted with or without sliding doors, allowing you to hide DVD players and other unsightly devices if you wish. The recent addition of cable management expands the versatility of this system.
Singaporean designer Nathan Yong was "inspired by the language of turntables and entertainment units from the 1960s" when creating the Line Media Console. At 70 inches wide, this model can handle even the widest of screens. (A smaller Console is also available.) An elegant cabinet with a louvered exterior, it is designed so a remote control will operate the media components inside even when the doors are closed.
The Muro Media Storage delivers the look and function of a wall-mounted flat panel TV, but without the hassle of hardwiring. Made from unfinished MDF, Muro is ready for paint or wallpaper. Paint this do-it-yourself version the same color as your wall for the ultimate streamlined look, or make it stand out with a different color or wallpaper.
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