TV Stand with Gaming Storage

Planning to buy your kids a new gaming system this Christmas? Put it in
the living room!
Although most parents are used to storing video games in
a child’s bedroom, play room or spare room, game developers are pushing hard
for a new “family approach” to gaming. The Nintendo Wii and Playstation Move
are especially aggressive at marketing themselves as a the modern solution to
“family game night,” and both systems have intentionally designed multiple games
just for adults.

Not in to video games? Use your new system as a personal video store! Cheaper
and easier than cable pay-per-view, these instant-streaming download programs
(available through Xbox Live, Windows Media Center and Netflix) help you get
the most out of your expensive new system.

Not sure how to display your game system? That’s where we come in! Video
game consoles are no longer exclusively designed for the bedroom, dorm room
or bachelor’s pad. Our manufacturers offer a huge variety of small TV stands
and audio racks specifically designed for modern video game systems. Many feature
video-game-specific multimedia shelves, small hooks to hang your guitars, yoga
boards and controllers and vertical storage shelves, perfect for upright video
game systems.

Interested? Check these out!

Atlantic’s “Centipede” Gamekeeper
Venture Horizon’s Modular Gaming Console
Walker Edison’s Black Wood Media Center
Altra’s Modern Metal TV Stand
SouthShore’s “Cosmos” Recreation Center
Game On’s Ultimate Wall-Mounting Game System

About is the woman-owned daughter company of Caro-Line Holding Company Inc. They have been in business online since 2003 and have become one of the most prominent audio video furniture and mounting solutions stores on the internet. From wall mounts to entertainment centers and TV stands, they’re the place to shop online. The sales team is composed of experts in audio video products and installation. They aim to earn and maintain trusted relationships with each manufacturer and every customer.

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