Entertainment Wall

Wall Units. Make your living room the center for entertainment by exploring our attractive selection of wall units below.
Entertainment Wall

Time to upgrade your living room with an entertainment center. Before choosing your favorite, let's go over a few frequently asked questions that might help you decide.
What entertainment centers used for?
An entertainment center, also known as a wall unit or entertainment wall, is a piece of furniture that features a top display for your TV, shelves, and drawers for storing major electronic items such as consoles, receivers, and cords. Wall units are the perfect addition to your living room for watching your favorite movies, TV shows, and sports events with your family and friends.
Should your TV be centered on the entertainment wall?
Whether you decide to mount your TV or have it on top of the wall unit, the recommended placement height is to your eye level when sitting on the sofa. In most cases, the TV should be around forty-two inches above the floor for a comfortable viewing height, but you can measure it to be sure.
What should you look for in an entertainment wall?
The first thing to consider is how much space you have available. Some entertainment walls are larger to accommodate big TVs, but there are also some designs that tend to make more use of the vertical space for added storage. Another thing you should keep in mind is functionality: Do you need extra storage or wire management cutouts to keep your cables organized? Some wall units also have a LED fireplace/heater that can be an elegant addition to your living room and keep you warm during cold days. Finally, you can consider the style of your entertainment wall. We have many options to match your living room layout, whether you prefer a modern design with a glass display case or a more classic alternative with a bridge on top that incorporates your TV into the layout.
How to decorate an entertainment center?
First, make sure you use the available storage to organize all your cords, TV remotes, and consoles. Next, you can add a bit of personality by displaying books or accessories like decorative sculptures, figures, vases, and bowls. Just make sure you don’t overcrowd the wall unit, so you can still keep an organized and fresh look in your living room.