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This post is a compilation of select contemporary TV & entertainment unit design ideas most of which are from the homes featured here. So the themes are primarily modern, contemporary and minimalist for the most part. You will find the interior designer details along with a link to the rest of the home below each design.
There are three areas that are of prime importance to any one designing or renovating their home – living room, kitchen and pooja room. In the living room / family room, the design of the entertainment unit or the TV unit attracts most attention because it is the focal point around which everything else is then centered.
Well, at least in most apartments where space is a constraint, the TV unit can often be found in the living room with another sleek one in bedrooms. The design is dependent on how much space you have in the space designated for TV – whether you can have storage on the sides and beneath it, or if you can accommodate only a simple wall mounted design with back paneling.
Wall Mounted TV Unit Design Ideas With No Back Paneling
Designed by Vipul Patel Architects IC: Hiren Raval Photography
- This one designed by Vipul Patel Architects for a show apartment is simple and classy. The attractive part of this design is obviously the bohemian pattern on the ribbed wooden unit below. The floating shelves on the side add visual interest to the setup.
Note: The wires will have to be concealed through a hole behind the TV through which the wired will pass through leading to the cabinet below that will house the switchboard and other equipment.
Designed by Abin Design Studio
2. Another wall mounted TV unit with no back paneling. A floating wooden cabinet beneath houses all the equipment. The surrounding vibrant artwork complements the minimalist bare design of the TV unit. The advantage of this design is the space can be used in the future to project on the wall.
Designed by Aangan architects IC: Veeram Shah and Prachi Khasgiwala
3. This one is from a lovely Mediterranean styled home with custom made furniture. The TV unit mimics the simplistic design scheme with a wall mounted setup accompanied by a sleek console table to house the equipment. This is a versatile design and a great one for rental homes.
Designed by Studio Node
4. This wall-mounted TV + floating unit combination is from a 800 sq.ft apartment in Mumbai designed by Studio Node. It has a lot of storage beneath apartment from open shelves for entertainment equipment. A large open shelf can accommodate your sound bars, gaming consoles, and any external hard drives.
I have a similar one at home. The adjoining covered drawers are used to stash extra wires, remotes, and other electrical gadgets. The combination of natural wood + white gives it a modern look.
Note: Opt for a veneer or Duco finish for that smooth, natural look. If you are tight on budget, you can go with glossy + textured laminates.
Designed by The Company of Design IC: Ishita Sitwala
If you are on a tight-budget, then this basic wall mounted solution with a store bought console table works best. This space is designed by Livspace.
Designed by Studio M
Contemporary TV Unit Design Ideas With Back Panel
Designed by MuseLAB for their family home in Mumbai. IC: Sameer Tawde
This dreamy room in white designed by Livspace takes a more conventional approach with a glossy white back panel to hide the wires. The bottom console continues in glossy white finish with open shelves for the equipment and speakers.
Note: With wireless modes of viewing giving way to satellite TV, you may not need a bulky unit below. Instead design it to use it as a storage.
Designed by Studio M
This is a beautiful ribbed back panel on which the TV is wall mounted. There is a sleek unit beneath to conceal the equipment and wires. The back panel serves like an accent wall in this case. Given the natural wood colour, it adds richness and warmth to the room.
A combination of fiber boards form this back panel / accent wall in the TV unit wall designed by Design Cafe.
Designed by Sandesh Prabhu
Designed by deCoDe architecture for an apartment in Bangalore
Design by Studio Lagom IC: Photographix | Sebastian + Ira
Wall panel IC: Repertoriocasa