W hen it comes to having a relaxing day off, one thing I love to do is sit back on the couch and watch something on Netflix. You do too, don’t lie. Sure, it’s easy to enjoy "The Office" or "Friends" on your laptop or your flat screen, but take a look at what’s right in front of you. You’ve got your feet kicked up, your coffee table engulfed by ice-cold beverages/snacks, and your TV propped up on your entertainment center. It appears as if your relaxation is all set up to perfection except for one big issue, the room temperature. I’ve had plenty of days bickering at room temp, like an pointless argument with no conclusion in sight. “Ugh, it’s so hot in here,” … “Oh, that’s nice, I didn’t realize I lived in a TUNDRA!” … it goes on and on and on.
What I’m about to tell you might just shoot the socks right off your feet. Maybe it’ll blow your mind. It just might make you do the Risky Business dance. I know, the suspense is killing you and it’s most likely annoying you as well. Well, here we go.
The other day, I came across a product I didn’t even know existed - a hybrid of entertainment center and fireplace. If you thought watching your TV couldn’t get any better, well, you’re flat-out wrong. Discount Hearth now offers a selection of media consoles that guarantees the best of both worlds. Cuddle up on the couch and watch your favorite programming, accompanied by the warmth of a fireplace.
There are many features in these media consoles, such as a thermostat controlled fan-forced heater, integrated cord management, an on/off remote and excellent storage design. I’ve reviewed several of these products and they all genuinely amazed me with their style, economic-friendly features, durability, sizes… all of it. My personal favorite of the media consoles thus far is the Winterstein- contemporary design meets an elegant presence. I was wowed from beginning to end with this product. And not only do you get an entertainment center complete with a fireplace- you also receive several FireBox options, including Glass Ember Beds or Gas Log Sets. In a nutshell, this outstanding creation is the Walter Mattau/Jack Lemmon in the world of hearth- odd and seemingly mismatched, but in the end, a perfect combination.
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