By Dilan Benard. Tv Stand. Published at Saturday, August 17th, 2019 - 18:44:01 PM.
MODERN WHITE TV STAND – White color complements almost all colors. It is rather neutral. This way, by choosing a stylish white stand, you don’t need to worry about matching and mixing of colors in your house. White stands blends well in any furniture as well. This color can never go wrong even if you have to purchase additional fixtures and furniture.
Engineered Wood Stands – An environmentally friendly and economically sound choice for television stands is to use artificially engineered wooden composites. Recycled wood fibers and adhesives are put under considerable pressure and heat to make these materials, minimizing the environmental footprint of the furniture piece. In addition, since recycled materials were used, these typically cost considerably less than other varieties.
Hardwood Stands – If you’re looking for a long lasting and great looking piece of furniture, then hardwood is definitely the way to go. This comes with a steep price tag though, so be prepared to pay top dollar for top of the line quality. Hardwood is used to make the best and priciest LCD TV stands out there. Each piece is unique because it was cut from a different tree, and therefore has a different grain pattern. If you know you’ll use the stand for years or decades, then hardwood is a great choice for you.
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.
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