If you’re not able to hide the television in some way, you can always improve the look of the giant black void with a good piece of furniture. Here are our favorite media consoles and sideboards for resting beneath a wall-mounted television or to support one directly.
Above: From UK designers Pinch, the Lowry Sideboard is made up of various sizes of solid wood fins. It’s available in natural cherry, natural oak, white oiled oak, or natural black American walnut. On the higher end of the spectrum, the sideboard is $16,800 at The Future Perfect. Above: The Copenhagen Media Cabinet comes in 10 different finishes and a stainless or natural steel base for $1,299 at Room & Board. Above: By Jason Miller for De La Espada, the Classon Sideboard was made to complement Brooklyn brownstone buildings; $12,205 at The Future Perfect. Above: The Edel Media Unit designed by Jenkins & Uhnger for Design Within Reach comes in Ebonized Oak (shown), Oak, and Walnut; $2,995 at Design Within Reach. Above: The WeWood Oak Sideboard comes in oak or walnut for $5,080 at Horne. Above: The Muuto Enfold Sideboard Low in Dusty Green Steel, Grey Steel, Black Steel, and Sand Yellow Steel; $2,149 at Danish Design Store. Above: The Asplund Rand R100 is made of lacquered MDF with small metal feet; $2,050 for a 2-drawer unit at Horne. Above: The Blu Dot Peek 2 Door/2 Drawer Console comes in White Oak (shown) or Rustic Walnut for $2,199. Above: From French designers Isbelle Gilles and Yann Poncelet of Colonel, the Kyoto Large Sideboard in solid beech is €1,690 at Colonel. Above: The Ariake Rikyu Sideboard Oak is inspired by stilt houses and the sliding tatami doors of traditional Japanese architecture. Made of matt lacquered oak, the sideboard is $3,881 at Finnish Design Shop. Above: By Peter J. Lassen for Montana Møbler, the Pair Sideboard with Legs comes in a wide array of colors; $2,883 at Danish Design Store. Above: The Low Air Sideboard in Oak and Cane designed by Mathieu Gustafsson for Design House Stockholm is $1,732 at Finnish Design Shop. Above: From Japanese brand Truck, the Dock TV Board is one of many TV Boards the company makes. Made of solid oak and steel legs, the unit comes in light or dark wood; ¥ 351 JPY at Truck. Above: The Blu Dot Dang 2 Door/2 Drawer Console comes in White (shown), Walnut/Grey, Risk-Averse Grey, and Marine Blue for $2,299 at Blu Dot. Above: The Ethnicraft Oak Ligna Sideboard is made of oak with steel legs, starting at $1,799 at ABC Carpet & Home.
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