Modern white entertainment unit

A living room is usually not complete without an entertainment unit. This is the central piece that brings everything together and makes the living room what it is. It’s such a common piece of furniture because it basically includes everything that room needs in only one unit. It has a TV stand, plenty of storage space and display areas. This particular one makes no exception.

Modern white entertainment unit

The piece that you see here was designed by Morten Georgsen and it has a beautiful design that’s both modern and minimalist. As you can see, it’s composed of two basic shapes. There’s a low unit that can be used as a TV stand with storage drawers underneath that have drop-down doors and another storage unit with matte glass doors. The TV can also be suspended and the efect would be approximately the same.

This particular product is not a media unit since it doesn’t have room for any other items besides the TV. Instead it has more storage space and the top can be used for display. You can buy this entertainment unit for $3,495. It’s available in a white glossy finish and it measures H29xW121¼xD19¾”. Because of its design it would be appropriate for a modern of contemporary living room in a similar minimalistic décor. Because it’s white it can be matched with just about anything.

Published by in Furniture, on September 24th, 2011


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