If you are looking for a classic, mid century entertainment center, look no further. This unit features sliding doors and three storage bays. The left and right sides feature open cabinet space while the center bay is filled with a single wood shelf. The center bay can house a cable box, DVD player, or gaming console. Perforations in the back of the unit allow heat to be vented. It also features a walnut credenza with two doors adorned with woven cane. The bottom portion of the doors features a dentil motif.
The Christopher Knight Home Frieda 47″ Mid Century Entertainment Center is sleek and offers ample storage for media components, gaming systems, and electronics. The unit features four solid wood legs and two metal ones for stability. Its shelves are adjustable and each shelf can hold up to 40 pounds of items. It is also easy to clean, water-resistant, and scratch-resistant.
The name entertainment center refers to a complex or set of shelves for displaying and storing consumer electronics. During the 1960s, these units were popular in the home, and were designed to accommodate stereo consoles, stereo consolettes, and other consumer electronic items. Delmonico/Nivico was one manufacturer of such units, and they often feature splayed legs.