TV Stands. Friday , September 22nd , 2017 - 10:29:51 AM
Two Shelf Stand - this is the most famous Flat Panel TV Rack. This is commonly available in furniture shops and other hardware stores. The other good part about this T.V stand is that it is very affordable. It also features two shelves-one over the other- that can be used to keep a DVD player or other gadgets. If you wish to keep more gadgets, you can go for Flat Panel TV Stand that has wider shelves available. Hutch-like stand - there are many home owners who still prefer to use these Flat Panel TV Stands. This is because there are people who like to hide their TV when they are not using it. In these stands, the TV is basically placed inside the stand. Whenever you wish to use the TV you just have to open the doors and tuck them in the corners.
Televisions on a classic stand as opposed to a wall TV stand definitely take up more space as they are bulkier and set on the floor. They are far from streamlined like their wall-mounted counterparts. Then again, stands often give a storage space which is a huge bonus. A stand type of mounted television is perfect for storing a Blu-ray player, gaming system and surround-sound. It will easily hide the ugly cords that would otherwise be hanging down from the components which are necessary for the ultimate in entertainment.
Like any other furniture or item, the durability depends greatly on how it is made and how well it is maintained. The same thing applies for television stands. If it is made with good quality and if it is handled right, you can be assured that it will serve you for a long time. Handle it without care and you will be surprised with how soon it will deteriorate. Still, the material is also a factor. The good thing about wooden stands is that you do not have to worry about accidentally breaking it because that requires extra human strength, unlike glass TV stands which are generally more fragile. Both, however, are susceptible to scratches so this must be avoided.
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