Design Tips

Wall Units vs. TV Stands: Which Gets Your Vote?

Romance or thriller? Suspense or comedy? Although the debate on what to watch is alive and well, how to watch it is another fight worth fighting. The RoomPlace believes that wall units and tv stands are appropriate for all different rooms and occasions, but we’ll let you actually cast the vote. See our case for both options: 

If you wish you could zap the set from Mad Men into your living room, this TV stand with mount is your match. The mid-century design is versatile to mix and match with other styles, and it combines plenty of functional space with a unique, dynamic look.

The Gerard is the Swiss Army Knife of entertainment centers. Its bold white and stainless steel silhouette contains an integrated sound bar, Bluetooth capabilities, a fireplace insert, and energy-saving LED technology.

Storage meets luxury. Side-by-side cabinets, adjustable shelving, removable back panels, and pass-through holes make it easy to configure your entertainment system to your heart’s content. The space is tidily enclosed in a sleek cherry shell.

Entertainment center, or centuries-old heirloom? Lines are blurred with this ornate piece

If you live in Indianapolis or Chicago, flat screen TV stands can feel like they don’t align with your traditional style. This proves that theory wrong.

Wall units for a living room in Chicago or Indianapolis have evolved. This Italian-made piece provides space to house your television and speakers, store your gaming accessories, and even showcase your valuables. The Brooklyn Entertainment Wall is king amongst contemporary wall units.

Whether you gravitate towards modern design or are a born traditionalist, The RoomPlace offers Chicago and Indianapolis wall unit design options that will tie your entire space together. Visit one of our store locations or browse our collection of TV stands and wall units online to find your match!

 

Categories: Design Tips, Living Rooms

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