Are you an Audio/Visual enthusiast? Looking for the perfect TV stand to hold your television and audio equipment? One of our newest collections, BDI Furniture, offers the most highly functional TV consoles. If you haven’t heard of BDI Furniture, here is a quick background of the company.
In 1984, Bill Becker had a vision of making great Design available to everyone. Frustrated by the ‘trade only’ distribution of the best designed contemporary home furnishings, Bill was inspired to build a company that could develop and manufacture Designs that would actually be accessible. Today, BDI has become a force in contemporary home furnishings and an industry leader in home theatre furniture.
In BDI, you’ll find a collection of furniture pieces that are unique, functional and great looking. Their Home Theatre furniture is engineered to meet the demanding needs of today’s electronics, and do so while enriching the home and the home theatre experience. BDI was the first to introduce innovations such as hidden wheels, adjustable shelves, cable management and flow-through ventilation as standard features. A BDI Home Theatre system successfully merges functional innovation with original and exciting Design.
Their newest TV console, the Corridor, has been an early success. The louvered doors and ventilation holes allow your components to remain cool. Infrared signals from your remote are able to reach your components as well. The sliding back panels and wire straps make wire management easy. The top is made of micro-etched glass and the base is made of black steel with integrated levelers. Optional concealed wheels are included.
The Corridor 8177 has two end doors and a storage drawer in the center. It is 28.5”H x 65”W x 20.25”D.
The Corridor 8179 has four doors. It is 28.5”H x 79.25”W x 20.25”D.
Both sizes are available in Chocolate Stained Walnut or White Oak.
To see the Corridor TV Console and all other BDI Furniture, visit Scan Decor in Burlington, or Toronto/Scarborough.