Alexandrin. TV Stands. September 06th , 2017.
A lot of American households today enjoy owning more than one television, and more often than not, the second television is usually set up in the bedroom. It has become a common practice for a significant percentage of Americans to watch television in bed before turning in. Bedrooms, however, may not have enough space to hold a TV, and other typical bedroom furniture may not be able to support the weight of a television.
Whereas many wall stands are contemporary, floor stands can be either contemporary or traditional, making them suitable for any type of interior space. Mahogany and oak TV stands are two great examples of how traditional materials can be used in a floor stand, whereas they are rarely seen in wall mounted stands. In addition to this, floor TV stands generally have a larger amount of space to play with, leaving enough room for all of your equipment, including consoles, Freeview or Sky boxes, DVDs, DVD players and much more. They can also hold a great deal more weight than wall mounted stands.
There are two basic types of TV stand on the market today, each of which has a distinctive design and structure which set sit apart from the other; these are the floor and wall mounted TV stands. The former is the type of stand that we are all familiar with, one that is placed on the floor and supports a standing TV screen and other equipment. The wall mounted stand is different in that it is attached solely to the wall. This can consist of a shelf-like design which holds a regular standing television monitor, or one where the TV itself is slotted into place and does not "stand" on anything. Both of these have their advantages and flaws, which will be explored below.
For a classy and sophisticated interior, installing a wall TV stand is the way to go. It clears up floor space and is safer for kids and pets, especially in small spaces where injuries can be sustained when televisions fall. Another benefit is that a mounted wall TV stand is the perfect set up for surround-sound systems, Blu-ray players, and video game consoles but only if there is a way to hide all the cords. Otherwise the setup can look like a mess. Wireless systems are an option, but not every element will have a wireless technology option.
When compared with wall and ceiling hangers, Flat Panel Television Stands are more preferred. The main reason behind this is the ease of set up. Television Stands are easier to fix and do not require any technical work as compared to TV hangers. Depending on how you maintain your things, Flat Panel TV Stands tend to last longer if taken proper care of. However, it is important to understand that these TV stands are basically designed for spacious areas and wide rooms therefore, they require a considerable amount of space to set up.
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