Attractive and practical, a small TV unit will give your screen somewhere stylish to sit and help you to define your living area. Beautiful pieces of furniture in their own right, a Castlery TV unit will make a fantastic addition to your home.
TV units are specifically designed to give your screen and TV accessories somewhere stylish and practical to live. Providing plenty of space for speakers, DVD players and other add-ons, even a small TV console can help to keep your living room tidy and your tech tucked away.
When choosing a TV unit, make sure you measure your space first. This will give you a good idea of the room you have available for your new furnishing. If floor space is limited, choose a small TV stand for your living room. Providing plenty of shelves for your gadgets and enough room for your monitor, our small TV units are ideal for bijou homes and cosy corners.
You can put a small entertainment unit anywhere that you need to install a TV. From your bedroom to your living room and even your kitchen, our beautifully crafted cabinets will look fantastic in every part of your property.
When selecting a TV unit for your home, make sure you look at the other furnishings in your space. If you already have a number of pieces made out of wood, choosing a walnut or veneer console will suit your space perfectly and add a fantastic mid-century modern feel to your interior.
If your TV unit doesn’t match your existing furniture, why not take a look at our beautiful coffee tables and give your entire living space a new look?
As long as your accessories sit comfortably inside the unit, and your monitor has enough room to sit squarely on top, your TV unit can be any size you like. If your TV screen is very large, you might want to consider mounting it to the wall. This will create a home cinema feel in your living room and give you somewhere fantastic to entertain.
Find out more, and explore our collection of small TV units, by taking a look around today.
The main difference between a TV stand and a console is that console tables are generally more open and lighter. TV units tend to have cupboards to allow you to tidy away your tech, whereas console tables have their shelves on display.
Wood, or wood veneer, is a great choice for a TV unit. Classic and timeless, a wooden finish will work well with virtually any interior design style.
Ideally, your TV shouldn’t be considerably wider than your TV stand. While a few inches won’t matter, if the screen overhangs by a large margin, it may look a little odd. A good way around this is to mount your screen on the wall instead of standing it on the console. This will leave your unit free for gadgets and give your home a clean, contemporary appearance.