Holland Park TownhouseScandinavian Living Room, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Shelve the TV cabinetDon’t sacrifice a whole wall of potential storage for the sake of a tiny TV cabinet that will never hold more than a few dusty DVDs. It’s far more effective to design joinery that accommodates your screen (and hides cables), while at the same time providing a home for more attractive items.This bespoke unit features shelves for displaying art and other objet, with drawers underneath for more substantial storage. Despite the final product being more conspicuous than a small cupboard, the effect is to take the focus away from the TV.Tell us…Which of these smart storage solutions would work in your home? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.
What Houzz users are commenting on:
more effective storage solution than TV cabinet. utilise storage wall in living room where storage is limited. also hides cables. Suggest a small cut out under tv (lilypebbles) for dvd/playstation/remotes etc so cupboard doesn't have to be open - also consider design e.g. fold in cabinet doors if watching with hdmi for laptop? Drawer edge lip pulls should be in a matte off-black e.g. this: https://www.kethy.com.au/product/dl2132p to stop the scheme from feeling too harsh. The tongue and groove panelling again brings texture and depth to the room.