A dedicated unit will keep all your entertainment equipment in one place. Think about everything that needs a home – TV, set-top boxes, DVD player, music systems and games consoles, as well as the games, DVDs, CDs and remote controls themselves.
Do you prefer closed-door storage or open shelving and cubby-hole designs?
Wider units take up more floor space, while tall cabinets free up the floor area.
A made-to-measure piece can make the most of space and create the perfect combination for your needs.
1 Space saver West Elm’s ladder shelf media console, £499, is designed with smaller areas in mind. It also includes a cabinet with sliding door and adjustable shelf 2 Open ended Combine your TV cabinet with extra storage for set-top boxes, games consoles and family admin with the Tomnas storage unit from Ikea, which costs £155 and comes in a white finish to complement all colour schemes
3 Industrial chic Made from sustainable mango hardwood with contrasting panels and a mix of iron, bone and cut-glass handles, the Milligan Retro media unit, £379, Atkin & Thyme, includes space for DVDs, remote controls and gaming accessories