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Tokyo Natural Solid Oak CD Storage Cabinet Media Unit
Tokyo Natural Solid Oak CD Storage Cabinet Media Unitby Obs
The Tokyo Natural Solid Oak CD Storage Unit allows you to store away up to 140 standard CD cases. With your CD collection tucked away neatly and accessibly, this cabinet enables easy organisation over five shelves, plus protection from dust and damage behind the solid oak cupboard door. The Tokyo collection is inspired by traditional Japanese design, handcrafted in premium grade solid oak. Our expert joiners only use the finest cuts of oak available, and each piece is finished with clear furniture wax to enhance the exquisite grain patterns. This CD storage unit is just one of many innovative storage units in this range. Browse the rest of the Tokyo Solid Oak collection to complete your new look. Oak Furniture Land- the UK's largest retailer of 100% solid hardwood furniture. We specialise in selling fantastic quality hardwood furniture at unbeatable prices. The Tokyo Natural Solid Oak CD Storage Unit allows you to store away up to 140 standard CD cases. With your CD collection tucked away neatly and accessibly, this cabinet enables easy organisation over five shelves, plus protection from dust and damage behind the solid oak cupboard door. The Tokyo collection is inspired by traditional Japanese design, handcrafted in premium grade solid oak(W) 41cm x (H) 93cm x (D) 26cm, Weight: 20. 00 KGThis will be delivered to the room of your choice and is fulfilled via our two man Express Delivery service. An extended five-year guarantee is available with Furniture Guard cover. 100% Solid OakRead More
As the home of DVDs, video game consoles and other home electronics, a TV stand needs to have plenty of storage. TV stands should be able to house all our favourite films and keep cables organised, as well as add a stylish design element to your living room or home cinema. Whether you need a small TV storage unit or credenza or a full-blown home entertainment centre with media towers, there are thousands of options to choose from. Here are some helpful tips as you consider your next media media console upgrade.

How big should my media console be?
The size of credenza will depend on the space you have and your storage needs. If you are a film buff, your large DVD collection and numerous gadgets and devices might merit a large media console to house it all. If you only have a small space, you might just have room for a TV stand.
Regardless of space constraints and size preferences, the total width of your television stand should be greater than the total width of your TV in order to avoid any accidents. After all, if the side of a television overhangs the media console, someone might easily knock it over as they walk by. You might also want to measure the space and find a unit that doesn't overwhelm the room or get in the way.

What should my TV stand be made of?
The material should suit the style of the space it's going in, as well as offering enough durability to withstand the weight it will be bearing. Wood tends to be the reigning champion in terms of media storage material. It is sturdy and comes in many finishes — including walnut, ash, oak and cherry — to accommodate many styles. Veneered plywood is a comparatively more affordable option that is best suited to less weight. There are many particularly sleek designs in glass and plastic with metal fittings. The material you choice may also be dictated by your family's needs; for example, glass and metal media consoles with sharp edges aren't ideal for small children.

Where should I place my TV storage unit?
This will depend on the layout of your room and the placement of other furniture. Your sofa should ideally face your TV stand; after all, you want to be able to relax while watching television. As you're figuring out your space, measuring all your furniture and creating a mock layout can help you to determine what goes where. If you have a more flexible floor plan, it could be best to avoid placing your TV in an area with bad glare.
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