TV Units

Put the clutter away and focus on pure enjoyment with TV units, shelving and drawers for storage and display of your entertainment systems. DVDs, CDs, games and all the trappings of contemporary home amusements can be organised within attractive space-saving modules that you will be proud to have in your den or living room. Media cabinets hide the messy tangle of electrical cords and components. Select a unit with the right volume of drawers and cupboard space to fit your stuff.

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What is a TV unit?

A TV unit is a piece of furniture that is primarily used to support a television. TV units come in a range of heights and styles, although these are the most common:
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Lowline TV units
-Corner TV units
-High TV stands

The secondary purpose of a TV unit is storage. From extra remotes to books to storage baskets, there are a range of things that can be displayed or stored in a TV unit. Read more about this in our What's the Best Furniture for Home Entertainment blog post.

How big should a TV unit be?

In general, a TV unit should be wider than the width of your television. The catch is that TVs are sold in diagonal inches, making buying the right size TV unit a little bit more complicated. We’ve compiled a list of minimum TV unit lengths alongside common TV sizes.
35 to 45 inch TV = 75cm TV unit
45 to 50 inch TV = 85cm TV unit
50 to 55 inch TV = 100cm TV unit
55 to 65 inch TV = 160cm TV unit
70 inch TV = 180cm TV unit

How to hide cables behind a TV unit

It’s not always easy to keep cables neat and tidy, but with the help of a TV unit, you may be able to conceal tangled cables behind your TV unit. Here are a few ways to achieve a more organised living space:
-Choose a closed TV unit: The easiest way to hide cables is to conceal them behind a TV unit that has doors.
-Use cable hooks: If your TV unit reveals your back wall, try securing unsightly cables with cable hooks behind your furniture.
-Try a cable box: A cable box houses your power board and excess cable lengths. Place it behind your TV unit to hide cables.
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