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The multi-functional Omni+ Prism entertainment console

This is Omni+ Prism, a very functional but also very beautiful piece of furniture. It’s an entertainment console that offers the perfect combination of functionality and style. The console is made from a combination of wood and glossy finishes. It has a retro-inspired design but it features a modern look. The Omni+ Prism entertainment console would be a great addition in the living room.It has a friendly shape with geometrical forms and clean lines. Also, it has a practical shelf. You can use the console to store electronics in the living room. Notice the two small cutout holes at the back of the console. They have been includes in the design with a clear purpose: to help you hide your cables. The console’s unique cable-hiding design makes it even more practical and functional.

Now you can have all your cables and wires in one place rather than have a mess visible to everyone.The Omni+ Prism console is also a versatile unit. If you prefer something else in the living room but you would still like to include this piece in your home, you can sue it as a bookshelf or even as display unit for collectibles or even for your kid’s toys. Its simple design and soft and clean lines also make this a child-friendly piece of furniture.

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The console has a trapezoidal shape and it can be used both as a media unit and a storage unit. It has an interior shelf made of natural walnut. The top surface can support up to 55’ flat screen panels and 150 lbs. the inner shelf can support 40 lbs. The overall dimensions of the console are 59”w x 20”d x 17.8”h and you can now buy it at the special price of $499.95. Several colors and color combinations are also available.

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Posted in Bookshelves on February 23, 2012

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Simona Ganea
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