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The Big Game is coming up and it’s all eyes on the television. Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or you prefer to watch the ads, you may wonder how to make your TV work with your room after the last whistle blows. We’re here to help with three solutions for media storage with modern style.

Smith media cabinet with Tyne cocktail table

Smith media cabinet in Maple with charcoal stain

Make the TV part of a wall gallery. Mount your flatscreen and surround it with frames that have a common theme as shown in the photo above. The television becomes part of the art.

A modern media center holds large televisions while giving you plenty of storage for books, favorite objects and extra batteries for the remote.

Addison media storage with Tyne cocktail table

Placing a media cabinet (the one below is Anders) beneath a wall-mounted TV adds a grounding effect. You can also store extra components, like an Apple TV or your DVR, on the shelves to keep them out of view.

Anders media storage with recliner

Photos by Room & Board

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