By Etienne Bousquet. TV Stand. Published at Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 - 00:33:35 AM.
For wooden stands, solid wood is the best, though not the only choice, for durable material. Take your pick from hardwoods, softwoods, wood veneer, and engineered woods. Hardwood is premium wood. In hardwood, you have a choice of maple, oak, teak, cherry, mahogany, and ebony. These are generally harder to work, more attractive, and more expensive.
They reduce the need for tree cutting and in many ways are better than solid wood because they cost less and do not warp. TV stands made from engineered wood are not as durable as those made from solid wood, but with a little care and upkeep can last for decades.
Regardless of what it is, anything made of oak is always expensive. This is why it might be a little prohibitive. Good thing there are great alternative to pure oak material. You can opt for stands made by combining oak and cheaper wood scraps or engineered wood.
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.
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