Alacoque. TV Stands. September 02nd , 2017.
Glass stands and wooden Television stands vary greatly in terms of their look. More often than not, glass television stands fit modern looking homes very well as it goes with the contemporary and stylish appeal. On the other hand, wooden TV stands are usually the choice of those with a classic home that is decorated with browns and earth tones. Hence, if your home is leaning towards modern, then a glass T.V. stand is for you. Otherwise, the wooden stand should be the best choice.
The main concerns when purchasing TV stands and entertainment centers are strength and durability, ventilation, room for expansion and accessibility. If you will be adding speakers, you will also have to decide if you need to leave room for freestanding speaker stands or if you will be including the speakers in your entertainment center setup. The kind of TV stand you choose will largely depend on the type of television you are buying the stand for. Before shopping for one, it will save you time and money if you know: the size of your TV, how much it weighs and the size and weight of any additional components you want the stand to hold.
Another factor which has to be kept in mind is the height of the television, as people who watch television in their bedroom normally watch it while lying down. If the height of the TV is not correct, it could hamper your TV watching and give you a crick in the neck. However, the height of a bedroom TV stand is designed to enhance your viewing pleasure where you can watch TV comfortably while sitting-up or lying in bed. Bedroom Television stands also offer features like glass doors that keep components dust free while allowing you to browse, adjustable shelves, ample storage space, storage draws for miscellaneous items, back openings for easy cord access and wire management, etc. But these features will vary in different types and styles of bedroom Television stands.
If you have a small room them you will need to maximise the space available to display your television and associated equipment. Corner cabinets are useful as they will fit back into an awkward corner and make the best use of space. You will be able to display your television without it imposing on the rest of the room. TV cabinets are typically square (unless a corner design) and are available in many different designs. You should be able to find a cabinet that matches the material your main room furniture is made from. This will provide you with a discreet way to display your television that blends in with your room. TV cabinets hide away all of the wires and additional equipment associated with home entertainment systems and create a very neat finish.
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.
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