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Chapel Hill, NC
Krystin Krebs Interiors
San Diego, CA
Stephanie Sullivan Whalon
Stephanie Sullivan, Interior Design Services
Cedar Park, TX
The industrial-strength Element Media Console offers an intriguing home for modern entertainment. The dark iron frame contrasts with antiqued nickel panels. Construction marks add to the character of the piece, as do the simple latches and bar pulls opening the cabinets.
Farha Syed Design, LLC
Tiera Interiors, LLC
Modern media storage meets mid-century design in the Danny Media Console. Rolling doors add striking vertical lines while splayed legs add visual interest and refinement. Behind the Tambor doors, three compartments with two tiers and a drawer for each section provide plenty of storage.
Capasso Interior Design, Inc.
Inspired by vintage machine shop cabinetry, the slim Rockwell Three-Door Media Cabinet features a weathered mango wood top within an antiqued iron frame and flip-up glass doors with antique-brass hardware for modern media storage.
Mary Etta McCurdy
Mary Etta Designs
Yorba Linda, CA
Combining the rustic charm of natural wood with contemporary designs, the beautiful woods of the Mariposa Media Console paired with cast metal hardware ensure a handcrafted rustic feel, and no two pieces are ever like. Two open spaces above and below the quartet of drawers add opportunities for placing your components and stowing away your media.
Jessica Rose Studio
San Diego, CA
The Helena Media Console looks like the outlines of a Mondrian painting repurposed for storage and display. Staggered shelves play across a slim and simple waxed black iron framework. Reclaimed pine is bleached to remove layers of paint and stain, and finished in a soft natural tone for an update on the industrial design aesthetic.
Swan Mountain Interiors
Swan Mountain Interiors, LLC
Stay flexible with the Ellwood Media Wall. Bleached reclaimed-pine adjustable shelves, open compartments and rustic black iron supports offer an intriguing machine-shop feel to media storage.
Weathered hickory tones bring warmth to open-air media storage with the Simien Media Console. Thick slabs of mango wood stack for a tiered look with cage-like iron detailing.
Inspired by a time when wood furniture was joined to perfection by carpenters and cabinet makers without screws or staples, the Post & Rail Large TV Cabinet features a Rustic Black Olive finish over reclaimed wood and hand-cast hardware for its six lower drawers.
Inspired by vintage machine shop cabinetry, a slim console of antiqued iron features a weathered mango wood top and flip-up glass doors for modern media storage.
A shadowbox-inspired console table gives your inner collector a place to play. Frame prized posessions in a glass enclosure with matte-black metal and brass knobs.
Modern interest, squared. Pieced peroba woods draw the eye with dynamic coloration, while acutely angled legs steal the show. Cabinets and drawers offer ample storage.
A hand-rubbed, burnished black finish draws the eye with high-low contrasts to modernize a mid-century shape. Brass-finished hardware adds a sleek touch to console's six spacious drawers and open-front cabinetry.
Textural oak with a soft hand mixes antiqued mirror, and iron framing. Touch-open doors skip handles in favor of clean, modern design.
Two-tone style gets the modern-minimalist treatment. White high-gloss lacquer frames rich brown walnut for crisp, clean contrast. Drawers and slide-open shelving for spacious console storage. Three posterior cutouts for cord management.
Two-tone style gets the modern-minimalist treatment. White high-gloss lacquer frames rich brown walnut for crisp, clean contrast. Drawers and slide-open shelving for spacious console storage. Four posterior cutouts for cord management.
Naturally distressed, reclaimed pallet wood is transformed into simple, Shaker-style media console. Drawers and doors offer easy storage, with solid brass hardware.
Mid-century design undergoes a modern refresh. Design-forward detailing uses negative space to its benefit, as natural peroba planks intersect bronzed iron for an open-air take on media storage.