Whether you have your whole home designed the Scandinavian way or not, following its guidelines for the purpose of furnishing only one room is an option too, even when talking about a home theatre. Functionality, sophistication and clean lines are the things that you must stick to when designing your very own home theatre the Scandi way, however, there are many other important things that need to be taken into account. Choosing a good TV, streaming boxes, soundbars, audio tuners, are some of them, as well as the place where you can organize and fit all those things – the TV stand.
Out of all things that need to be considered when choosing the right TV stand, size is one of the most important. Except for the available space in your room, another aspect that should influence your choice is the size of the TV itself. After all, home theatre TVs are quite big, so you will probably want to choose a wider TV unit Scandinavian furniture piece.
The next important thing you’ll need to think about is the material and nothing beats the wooden TV unit Scandinavian beauty in that aspect. Except for being aesthetically pleasing, wooden TV stands (oak, in particular), are extremely durable, heavy and are of much better quality than veneered or MDF wood. What’s more, the beauty of wooden TV stands is that they can add a warm and natural feeling in the room, while being extremely versatile and budget-friendly.
Last but not least, think about the storage space for all of the equipment you have. It is always best to choose a TV stand that has all the needed space to store all of your streaming boxes, centre channel speaker, A/V receiver, and Blu-ray Player under the TV. In case choosing a bigger TV stand would be a problem due to lack of space, it is best to choose one smaller TV unit on which you’ll put your TV and some of the equipment pieces and another separate one where you can store the rest of the equipment. Remember that all of the equipment needs to be stored the right way as it can overheat if there is not enough room for it to ‘breathe’.
Keeping all of these things in mind will surely ease the search for you and can help you choose a TV stand the will last you for years to come.