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21 Floating Media Center Designs for Clutter-Free Living Room

Popularity of a floating media center is on the rise. As living spaces grow smaller sleeker designs become more and more in demand. Giant wall systems and their bulky shapes eat up a lot of floor space. Not to mention that they often look old-fashioned and are quite expensive. Floating shelves and modern entertainment systems, on the other hand, can accommodate a lot of things like DVDs, books, decor objects without taking up any space at all. They come in various styles, shapes and sizes. And the choice varies greatly between a thin shelf with less storage capacity but airier look and a bulkier TV cabinet with multiple shelves and drawers.

Carefully chosen floating media center is not only about style though. Its functionality should correspond with your needs. If you have a lot of things in your media center you’re probably better off investing in a wall system. This is especially true if you don’t want to have a separate console or a bookcase.

Floating Media Center Designs for Modern Living Rooms

Altus wall mounted entertainment center by Prepac
Altus wall mounted entertainment center by Prepac

Designed by Prepac Furniture this best-selling  comes in a shape similar to that of a piano complete with three shelves. Its elegant silhouette must have been what made it so popular. Available in black, espresso and white this is a great combination of modern and classic styles.

CRISTALLINO Collection Entertainment Center by Casabianca Home
CRISTALLINO Collection Entertainment Center by Casabianca Home

This modern lacquered entertainment center by  has some edge to it thanks to its metallic accents. A couple of glass inserts allow a peek of what’s inside but this unit is perfect for hiding your precious movie or music collection.

Montana Sound TV cabinet system
Montana Sound TV cabinet system

is a collection of customizable floating boxes that come in a wide variety of colors both bright and pastel. Assembling a floating media center out of these must be a lot of fun and allows you to control its size, shape and color scheme.

Floating Entertainment Centers

Floating entertainment center by Massimo Castagna
Floating entertainment center by Massimo Castagna

Some of the modern entertainment centers are quite big still, but designer makes his designs space-conscious. He also adds a sliding screen to allow you to hide (and protect) your TV screen when it’s not in use.

Floating media center by Massimo Castagna
Floating media center by Massimo Castagna

This is built with a feature wall as a backdrop for the floating opaque and transparent shelves with a TV unit hidden behind a glossy white panel.

City 2.2 Theater Panel by Manhattan Comfort
City 2.2 Theater Panel by Manhattan Comfort

By the way, a media center with a built-in feature wall is a great way to immediately create a focus in the room. Manhattan Comfort specializes in designs like that. One of them is a  that features two shelves, on top and bottom, for sweet nothings and external devices. It doesn’t just create a focus but also keeps the area looking neat and clean.

I-modulART entertainment wall system by Presotto
I-modulART entertainment wall system by Presotto

An Italian design company Presotto offers a lot of different floating entertainment systems. Its  line of modular furniture allows numerous combinations that vary in style and size. It consists of simple cabinet units and floating shelves.

CrossART wall-mounted TV bookshelf from Presotto
CrossART wall-mounted TV bookshelf from Presotto

line from the same brand works by the same principle but this one is more focused around shelving units and bookcases.

Wooden Floating Media Centers

City Life floating shelf from Shouth Shore
City Life floating shelf from Shouth Shore

Simple and natural-looking design makes a  by South Shore Furniture simply versatile. Hang it in a modern or rustic living room and it will work just fine. Its a bit rough finish creates a nice contrast with a polished high-tech style of a regular TV.

Charming Oak floating shelf by Domus Arte
Charming Oak floating shelf by Domus Arte

Created by Domus Arte this  is the one that truly stands out among all others thanks to its asymmetrical shape and peculiar textured wood details.

Ikon Floating Entertainment Set - B from Delux Deco
Ikon Floating Entertainment Set – B from Delux Deco

But if you’re looking for something more polished an  from Deluxe Deco makes a beautiful combination for a media zone or an open layout living room.

Woodwaves Entertainment Units

French Shabby Chic Floating TV Stand Entertainemnt Center from Woodwaves
French Shabby Chic Floating TV Stand Entertainment Center from Woodwaves

Not everyone needs a modern TV stand and that’s where Woodwaves Inc. come to the rescue. Their of three floating bookshelves and cabinets will frame a big wall-mounted TV and give your interior a romantic touch.

Woodwaves Radius media center in retro style
Woodwaves Radius media center in retro style

Another option from the brand is this  that features two small doors at the sides and two narrow open shelves.

Hollywood Floating TV Stand
Hollywood Floating TV Stand

Their is clearly an Art Deco-inspired piece. Available in espresso finish it features reversible contrasting gold inserts in the side doors that can be changed, if desired.

Creative Media Centers

Greta TV base by CorteZARI
Greta TV base by CorteZARI

If you are looking to dress up your floating media center, CorteZARI has created a thing just for that.  is a shelving system with a designated center shelf for your TV whose frame looks just like that of an artwork.

Storage TV Rack Box by Fimar
Storage TV Rack Box by Fimar

Besides shelves there are TV cabinets that aren’t your typical floating consoles. , for instance, makes wall-mounted cabinets that look like regular medicine cabinets and which also double as wall mounts for TVs.

Rack 3 TV cabinet by Firma
Rack 3 TV cabinet by Firma

 is another one of their designs that opens outwards. In a set with a floating console it makes for a really modern entertainment center.

Regolo Wall Unit System from Jesse Chicago
Regolo Wall Unit System from Jesse Chicago (Robinson Interiors)

Minimalist practicality is what makes this TV wall system from  so amazing. Outlining the area for the media wall, the cabinets allow for both display and hidden storage.

Customized Floating TV Cabinets

Nick Allman floating TV cabinet
Nick Allman floating TV cabinet

Custom-built pieces like this one by Nick Allman Design & Fabrication are definitely unique. Built in 2013 for a private residence this  combines a glossy finish with the rough wood.

Custom-built floating cabinet by Trevor Hurow
Custom-built floating cabinet by Trevor Hurow

Using their manufacturing expertise Custom Design turn customers’ ideas into reality. This floating  features an incredible plywood accent strip that runs from console along the wall and across the dark wood floors.

Media cabinet by Robert Akroyd
Media cabinet by Robert Akroyd

 is another design firm that specializes in handmade furnishings. This screened floating cabinet is very mid-century modern and allows both hidden and display storage.

Will you get a floating media center?

Don’t want to settle for a commercial floating media center? There are quite a few options still. Modular furniture, for one, is a great base for your own custom TV unit. Hanging a few floating shelves can save some money and yet create a neat minimalist look. The best thing about them is that even a small living area can accommodate them. On the other hand, designer pieces will make your interior look more impressive and will probably have some unique custom features.

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