"Antique" and "Entertainment Centers" are terms loosely applied to these three options; in fact, none of them are actual antiques, they just look old, and only one of them is intended to be used for media--but we thought all three would be great. Multi-purposing a piece of furniture allows for multi-tasking in small spaces, and changes the feel of rooms no matter the size when it's used in unexpected ways.
This one comes from Anthropologie. It's the Marcela dresser, and provides great storage for living room accoutrements. It retails for $1500.
The lace-cut media center from Brocade Home provides wide, low storage that also allows remote controls to operate items housed within the center. It retails for $599.
Looking for an option on a budget? The Simply Shabby Chic line at Target has this 3-drawer option for only $249.