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Introduce Chic TV Armoires to Your Interior Line-Up

A nineties trend we whole-heartedly endorse, TV armoires are the fastest way to take a room from disordered and cluttered to utterly stunning. TV armoires with doors were all the rage when TVs outsized small Volkswagens (okay, not quite, but almost), yet fell out of vogue as TVs became slimmer. Today, TV armoires are ready for redux, however, and they’re being refashioned as au courant media cabinets that can house all those less-than-aesthetically-pleasing electronics (think speakers, modems, routers—the works). In a bedroom or living room with a French Country or English cottage aesthetic, use a French Provincial armoire TV cabinet to anchor your room and provide a bounty of storage. Details like doors incised with curvy patterns or domed tops lend these heavy pieces a charming touch that makes them feel substantially less imposing. In a Hollywood Regency-themed bedroom, try a Chinese or Ming-style entertainment armoire. Consider one painted in a light color like white or gray to counteract its imposing scale. If you prefer an armoire with more visual interest, try an Asian-style armoire embellished with painted scenery. Whether it be a traditional village scene or a dreamy chinoiserie pattern, these media armoires can negate the need for additional artwork. Looking for more texture? Try a TV armoire covered in a tactile material like pencil reed or rattan. While these pieces often evoke a glamorous 1970s air, they can also be paired with coastal interiors to a stunning effect.