TV Stands. Sunday , October 01st , 2017 - 05:03:11 AM
LCD TV stands come in a pretty wide range of distinct forms, colors and materials. Their shapes are usually in a harmonized design with the screen itself. They also differ according to the place where they are expected to be placed in. It is an important criterion to consider before purchasing a new stand for your television. Modern stands are known for using metal and glass as basic construction materials. If you have a room with limited space, then you need a corner flat screen television stand. It is a smart choice for apartments and dorms, too. Wood and metal stands are available, in styles ranging from traditional to ultra-modern.
Metal and Glass Versatile Flat Panel TV Stand - featuring long sweeping curves and a wide space for audio and video gadgets, this TV stand is classified as a contemporary design. It is crafted with tempered Italian safety glass and constructed of powder covered scratch resistant steel. It is capable of accommodating 70" LCD TV. It also has an integrated cable management system to restrict wires from exposure. Triple Play Flat Panel TV Stand with wood panels - this is a very unique and versatile design offered by Steve Silver Company.
These types of Television stands are ideal for small bedrooms as these stands can have space for just the TV and/or one or two shelves. Large pieces of furniture can overwhelm a small bedroom, and can create a cramped ambience. However, a basic bedroom Television stand could be perfect because of its compact size. If you have a lot of electronic equipment like an LCD TV, DVD, gaming or stereo components, but want to hide everything when not in use, then consider a bedroom TV cabinet as it conveniently offers plenty of storage, with the option of hiding your electronic equipment when not in use. These types of bedroom Television stands come in a variety of design, style, material and finish.
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