The Domadeco 180 Floating TV Stand offers a minimalist design that will showcase your television set nicely.
Floating TV stands offer a clean look that helps to give your room a more spacious feel as there is minimal clutter on the floor. Additionally, they offer a modern and contemporary feel to your room, which is unique to this style of console.
As for it being a “TV Stand”, well it isn’t as such, simply because you would ideally have your TV mounted on the wall to continue with that minimalist, clean design which complement each other very well.
One thing to keep in mind if you are looking for a floating TV console is the Actual assembly of the furniture, it goes without saying that it is going to require a little more skill than it would do assembling a traditional stand as you are going to have to mount it on the wall. If you are not comfortable with this type of DIY project, we would highly recommend getting a professional in to complete the work. The last thing you want is to either damage your new piece of furniture, or even worse, your living room!
This unit includes push open drawers which further enhances the clean lines and makes it a very modern and sleek looking piece of furniture.
Another bonus to this type of unit is how easy it is to clean, unlike a traditional stand which collects dust underneath, you are easily able to clean all around this type of stand with minimal fuss or effort.
Features of this Floating Media Center
High Gloss fronts with a matte body
Push open drawers with soft closing system
Minimalist design with clean lines
Suitable for up to 80″ TV’s
Large storage capacity
Available in different color variations
71 x 12 x 16 inches
Sleek design with very clean lines
Plenty of storage space available
Easy to clean
Soft close drawers
No open shelves to store your media equipment
No cable management features
- Value for Money
- Ease of Assembly
- Storage Space
The The Domadeco Floating Entertainment Center really does look the part with it’s clean lines and modern look. But when it comes to the practicality side of things, it doesn’t match up with the design aspect.
Firstly, there are no open shelves to store your TV boxes or any other media equipment that you need to have easily accessible. Couple this with the fact that there are no cable management features and it doesn’t quite seem as ideal as it may have from the outset.
Don’t get me wrong, if you have minimal electronic equipment to store and really want that clean, modern look in your living room, this would be a pretty good choice. But for most of us, who have an ever growing amount of media equipment that we need to access with ease, this is far from the most practical of units.