Today we’re sharing media console options for everyone, with an appropriately ironic photo of a DIY avenue above (via) where they made a console out of two shelves! So there’s an option for the DIY enthusiasts too! Ha! This week, we have shared:
• 4 Ways To Hide Your TV Wires (And A Bonus Room Mock-Up!)
• Answering: What Size TV Should I Get?! (And How High Do I Hang It?)
And the number one request we got out of those two posts was, “Can you please do a round up of media consoles?!” So here we are! We divided them by budget, because if you’re like me, you have a budget in your mind before you start shopping. And within the budget ranges, they go from smallest to largest, with the exact widths listed below each roundup. Be sure to reference our handy sizing chart in yesterday’s post (right here!) if you’re not sure what size you should get.
1. 47″ 3-Door Blackwood $99
2. 47″ Lily Rattan $159
3. 65″ Weathered Pine $230
4. 71″ Wrought Ozge $250
5. 72″ Keefer Weathered Gray $340
6. 60″ Wood & Cane Transitional $399
7. 47″ Blackwash Spence $399
8. 60″ Wood & Cane Natural $399
9. 59″ Warwick $400
10. 60″ Portola Hills Caned Door $400
11. 70″ Manor Park White Oak $401
12. 70″ Tyree $479
1. 80″ Norre $799
2. 65″ Nora $898
3. 65″ Ivy $999
4. 80″ Chill Large White $1049
5. 58″ Truffle White $1099
6. 42″ Risk-Averse Gray Dang $1099
7. 64″ Avedore Natural $1199
8. 72″ Rosamonde $1399
9. 72″ Merle $1399
10. 61″ Sion White Wash Teak $1399
11. 67″ Ida $1499
12. 63″ Sands Grasscloth $1499
1. 69″ Harmon Metal $1599
2. 53″ Shadow Blackened Wood $1599
3. 69″ Canna Cane $1599
4. 72″ Factory $1699
5. 60″ Bobbin $1798
6. 71″ Lemieux et Cie Carrel $1798
7. 85″ Blake Carbon Mahogany $1799
8. 85″ Ainsworth Cocoa $1999
9. 72″ Fern Buffet $2498
10. 71″ Malone $2499
11. 105″ Livingston $3087
12. 105″ Rowan $3300
Love it! Of course I literally pulled the trigger on a media console yesterday after a year of looking 😂😂 let’s just say if it doesn’t work out, I’ll be returning to this list!
This information is like gold!! Beautifully done! Thank you.
Hi, we bought this media console from Housefish https://www.housefish.com/shop/key-av It’s made in Denver, CO so we’re thrilled to support a USA business. You can customize the wood and doors–ours was under $1,500. The doors we chose allow the remote control signals to pass through so it’s super convenient. Plus, assembly is a very easy and straightforward. Please know: I do not work for Housefish; I’m only a happy customer who wanted to share a great product and great company that folks may not know about. Cheers!
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