10 Contemporary Media Consoles and Sideboards – If you’re not able to hide the television in some way, you can always improve the look of the giant black void with a good piece of furniture. Here are our favorite media consoles and sideboards for resting beneath a wall-mounted television or to support one directly.
Above: The Muuto Enfold Sideboard Low in Dusty Green Steel, Grey Steel, Black Steel, and Sand Yellow Steel.
Above: The Copenhagen Media Cabinet comes in 10 different finishes and a stainless or natural steel base.
Above: From French designers Isbelle Gilles and Yann Poncelet of Colonel, the Kyoto Large Sideboard in solid beech.
Above: By Jason Miller for De La Espada, the Classon Sideboard was made to complement Brooklyn brownstone buildings.
Above: The WeWood Oak Sideboard comes in oak or walnut.
Above: The Blu Dot Peek 2 Door/2 Drawer Console comes in White Oak (shown) or Rustic Walnut.
Above: The Edel Media Unit designed by Jenkins & Uhnger for Design Within Reach comes in Ebonized Oak (shown), Oak, and Walnut.
Above: The Amberth drawers designed by Amberth are made with a walnut veneer.
Above: The Asplund Rand R100 is made of lacquered MDF with small metal feet.
Above: From UK designers Pinch, the Lowry Sideboard is made up of various sizes of solid wood fins.