Modern Media Consoles & Media Storage
A media storage cabinet, also called a media console, serves as a handy place to set up electronic equipment and also provides a pleasing addition to a living room, family room, or home office. With the popularity of vinyl record albums, a media console cabinet also provides a place to store them. These days, a modern media cabinet also may have features to support a record player and other electronic media equipment, including a dedicated shelf or slide-out tray and knockouts in the bottom or back of the cabinet to allow for the threading of power cords and audio cables. Design Within Reach offers a range of modern media storage units in various sizes and with a range of finishes. With modern furniture media storage, you can enjoy the convenience of having a place to neatly contain electronic equipment and media while adding an attractive piece of furniture to your room.
How to Choose a Media Storage Solution
Living room media storage comes in an array of sizes, materials, and finishes to fit nearly any decor and preference. With limited space, a small media console or cabinet would likely make most sense, but it can still provide what’s needed to organize electronic gear and store media. If you favor a wood media cabinet, DWR offers a variety of them in various sizes and finishes. Whatever the size or material, nearly all living room media storage is fitted with a media storage shelf or several of them. Some living room media storage also comes with drawers. A steel media console is another option, and DWR offers several to choose from. Another option for media storage units is whether to select one with open shelves or with doors that can completely conceal the contents of the unit.
At Design Within Reach, we’re here to answer questions and more, with complementary design services to support you at every step of your interior design journey. Our staff of in-store design professionals can give advice and recommendations via chat, photos, and live video. They can also do 3-D renderings of your rooms so you can see how an arrangement might work. Look for the black chat icon at the lower right of webpages.