By Berthe Peron. Tv Stand. Published at Thursday, September 26th, 2019 - 18:58:05 PM.
Wood Veneer Stands – The wood veneer option is for those who like the look and feel of a wooden stand but don’t necessarily have the luxury of paying for a solid piece of hardwood. These stands are made by taking thing slices of fine stained wood and pressing them so that they adhere onto other sturdy materials. This cuts down on both weight and cost, leaving you with something that looks great and is much easier to move around.
Televisions have changed so much over the years. From black and whites, they became colored TVs. From bulky CRTs, they have evolved into sleek and shiny flat screen TVs. Along with the evolution of television sets is the evolution of the modern and stylish flat screen TV stand.
Glass is of three types. Regular glass, also known as ’annealed glass’, shatters into large shards with razor sharp edges, and is not suitable for furniture. Heat-treated or ’toughened’ glass is much stronger than annealed glass. Glass that is treated with chemicals and heat, known as ’tempered glass’, is many times stronger than annealed glass.
You can’t purchase a new television without buying the TV stand to go with it. You need your TV furniture to match your new flat panel television. It is a buyers market right now with the economy in a downward spiral and when shopping for a new TV you need to compliment it with a television stand.
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