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Snacks? Check. Oversized throw blanket? Check. Canned wine? Double check. But wait! No binge-watching session is complete without the perfect TV set-up. And you can’t have a proper screen set-up without a TV stand that’s as tailored to you as your Netflix suggestions. From modern media consoles to vintage-inspired picks, these pieces will gorgeously gel with your existing decor while offering up useful features such as seamless cord management and additional storage space.
Here, the best TV stands on the market today:
Restoration Hardware Cayden Campaign Glass Four-Door Media Console With Drawers
We have to warn you: You might very well end up staring at this super stunning media console more than you do at your TV. With its classic sophistication and vintage detailing, it’s hard to tear your eyes away from this beauty! The 19th-century inspired piece is handcrafted with kiln-dried solid oak in four available finishes.
Brass or pewter-toned corner brackets allude to antique travel trunks, and the metallic hardware carries over to the handles and pulls of the tempered glass cabinets and three drawers. Behind the console you’ll also find cutouts through which you can feed your television’s cords. Our favorite finish? That deliciously rich black oak. Swoon.
Anthropologie Handcarved Lombok Six-Drawer Dresser
It’s hard to resist fawning over this piece from Anthropologie. And its deep, lush blue hue is only the beginning… Yes, the fab finish stands out in a sea of beige and natural-toned furniture, but have you seen that carving?! The intricate, medallion-patterned design is what boho dreams are made of.
Although technically marketed as a dresser, this 67-inches-wide piece makes for a unique (and straight-up striking) TV stand, if you ask us. The six drawers slide out smoothly on wooden glides to store remotes and a variety of odds and ends, and anti-tip hardware is included for the gold-star in safety.
Restoration Hardware Monterey Open Media Console
As far as rustic-style furniture goes, this TV stand, courtesy of Restoration Hardware, easily wins top prize. Gorgeously weathered and stunningly textured, it features reclaimed peroba rosa wood (expertly curated from old barns and other structures) and looks completely natural and organic, thanks to the unique variations in the grain—like it was all just harvested from the forest.
We also love the Stonehenge-esque, geometric shape of the planks, as well as the surprise of two drawers on either side to stash remotes, user manuals, and more. The entire console sits atop a sturdy metal base and is available in two finishes: a light grey ash, as well as a deep, rich brown.
West Elm Rosanna Ceravolo Media Console
With a creamy white finish, this West Elm media cabinet is a perfect match to lighter-hued decor and furniture and will keep a space delightfully fresh and bright. Crafted with a sturdy wooden base, it features a unique geometric facade that adds both texture as well as a modernity we just adore.
But this TV stand doesn’t just have killer looks to offer up: It also bears a pair of roomy cabinets that boast a depth of 16.5 inches, and it can accommodate televisions up to 135 pounds and with screens up to 68 inches.
Article Oscuro Wooden Cabinet
The Art Deco vibes of this wooden cabinet from Article will have you wanting to constantly stream The Great Gatsby on your TV! The dramatic black finish—that still allows the wood’s beautiful natural grain shine through—is the perfect contrast to the steel-constructed, gilded gold base and handles.
While your TV sits pretty on top, this console boasts two cabinets with four swinging doors, plus adjustable shelving inside for routers, cable boxes, and gaming systems. Best of all, assembly couldn’t be easier, with Article promising that you’ll be ready to scroll through Hulu in a mere five minutes.
Crate and Barrel Blake 68” Media Console With 2 Tall Cabinets
This Crate and Barrel console looks like what would happen if you combined a bookshelf with a traditional TV stand. Thanks to its teak construction, rattan detailing, and light wash finish, this console has an organic, open vibe despite its massive size.
Speaking of its size, this piece has space for not only your TV but also adjustable shelves for smaller decor items to help decorate around your electronics. All the better to keep your TV from being the focal element of the room! The bottom cabinets are complete with antique brass pulls and can be used to tuck away cable boxes, board games, and more.
Pottery Barn Real Flame Lynette Corner Electric Fireplace Media Cabinet
Sure, you could always watch the annual yule lug on your TV screen. But thanks to this media cabinet, you can bask in the (actually warm!) glow of electric flames. Ingeniously nestled between the seven sturdy sleeves of this media cabinet, an electric fireplace sits ready to make the most of your winters.
Perfect for smaller spaces, this TV stand can be seamlessly slipped into a corner of the room and plugged into the wall right beside your television. You get full control of the electric firebox’s warmth and brightness levels via a handy remote, and it’s available in both black and white finishes. Come wintertime, your living room will become the place to be for holiday movie marathons.
West Elm Antique Finish Iron Media Chest
If you lean towards a more industrial aesthetic, allow us to introduce you to this rough-and-tumble TV stand from West Elm. Although factory fresh, it’s not hard to imagine this weathered piece crossing seas and weathering decades on vintage steamships until it made its way into your living room.
With a weathered nickel finish, the media console is constructed from hardy iron and thus can accommodate televisions up to an impressive 235 pounds. Completing the console are a trio of glass cabinets where you can display an array of prized possessions, and hidden cutouts for cord management.