By Roche Simon. TV Stand. Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 15:13:54 PM.
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.
Others want a stylish TV stand to go with their home decor, matching the surroundings beautifully and creating a slick style within their home. Perhaps you want to rearrange your entertainment center and you want a revolutionary design to fit everything conveniently. Whenever your desire, there is likely a specific type of stand to accommodate your tastes.
The hardwood can be placed on top of cheaper wood to create an oak exterior. Take note though that stands made this way may be less durable and may not last long or may not be able to carry heavy TV sets. Aside from combining oak wood with much more affordable wood material, you can also opt for fir, spruce and pine. These are just some examples of materials that are less expensive than oak but can be just as attractive.
Metal and Glass – Metal and glass materials play a hugely important role in modern LCD TV stands. But they are usually not the sole material used in the stand. They provide additional structural support and a modern aesthetic flair to traditional designs and styles.
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