How about these ideas media hutch? Televisions, though a great source of entertainment for many families, are not always the most attractive element of a house. TVs are often quite large and have an unsightly mess of cables from the back and along the floor. Many people choose to hide their televisions when not in use. Camouflage your TV in a creative way that adds to the look of the room, without taking away from the convenience of a nearby TV.
One of the storage options is a classical media hutch. Measure your TV and find a hutch to fit it, or if you have a custom built hutch to fit your TV. TV booths often have holes in the back that allow you to string the wires through an outlet while keeping them out of sight. A dresser with shelves can replace your standard entertainment center and also serve as a storage area and protection for your television. You can even close the hutch cabinets while you’re entertaining if desired. This takes away from the distraction TV can bring, besides serving to protect your TV set. This media hutch storage solution can also protect your TV from damage or theft.