The best style for you will depend on the rest of the furniture in your living room. You'll want to coordinate the TV stand and hutch with the rest of the furniture. Otherwise, it will stick out and give the room a disjointed look. These are the three main styles that apply to TV stand hutches.
Traditional furniture designs use crown molding and other European flourishes to create a regal air. They often use walnut and other woods with rich, deep colors, but may also use antique ivory paint. Claw and bun feet, brass handles, and solid cabinet doors are other common style features.
Styling tip: Pair a large ivory traditional hutch with classic leather furniture, an antique rug, and hardwood floors. You can also match a traditional walnut hutch with white upholstered sofas with wood trim.
A contemporary TV stand with hutch may be rectangular, with simple shelving and drawers. Colors include gray, white, black, and neutral tans. It may have metal accents or cabinet handles and will be utilitarian yet stylish in appearance.
Styling tip: Try a simple contemporary gray hutch with sky blue sofas and a slate gray rug. If you have a black and white theme and have white walls, try a white hutch to keep it from overwhelming the rest of the room
Modern furniture uses curves and geometric shapes and is more likely to use glossy finishes or glass. Hutches in the modern style may include glass shelves or all-glass cabinet doors. They also may be available in a wider variety of colors.
Styling tip: A modern TV stand and hutch can be styled similarly to a contemporary one. Look for an oak hutch to pair with light blue and white decor for an airy, sunlit feel. A hutch with glass shelves and doors will also pair well with a glass coffee table.