Long TV units can add style and elegance to your living room, as well as providing practical storage and display space for large screen TVs and other living room items.
The TV is a major feature in many living rooms, but you don’t have to put up with it sitting on an unattractive table. Our range of long TV units provide ample space for even the largest sets to sit in style, along with other built in storage options. With units up to 207 cm long and units with drawers and integral cabinets in a range of wood finishes, these units are ideal for larger living areas with large expanses of wall space to fill. There are units with either wood or metal legs and bases, with some neutral-coloured finishes too.
The selection of long TV units encompasses a wide range of design styles. Retro art deco units with curved edges sit alongside sleek modern and white designs for more minimal spaces. A choice of wooden TV units available in multiple finishes and tones adds a natural touch to your living space, providing valuable storage and hiding messy cables behind the units. Units with drawers, open and closed cabinets keep lines clean and your living room looking tidy.
In-built storage options in our long TV units include drawers and both open and closed cabinets. That means there is plenty of space for remote controls, games consoles, magazines and other storage. This helps to keep surfaces clean and clear. Our long TV units can also be paired with a number of other items in our range, including mirrors, sideboards and cabinets. In larger spaces, you might also want to team it with a matching or complementary large coffee tables.
Look for a TV unit that fits in your space without looking too small or dominating the area. You should also look for a design style and finish that works with your overall design scheme. TV units come in a range of design styles, so pick one that complements your other furniture and accessories.
Your TV should be positioned in a place where it is comfortable to view for all or most of the seating in the living area. That doesn’t mean that all your chairs need to be pointing at the screen but the line of sight should be as clear as possible.