By Bailee Collet. TV Stand. Published at Saturday, May 25th, 2019 - 19:02:38 PM.
Softwoods include pine, spruce, cedar, redwood, and fir. Though the name might suggest, these are not necessarily softer. All solid wood, whether hardwood or softwood, have a strong decorative appeal in their grain, which looks elegant and can last a lifetime and more. Wood veneer is another popular material for making stands. It looks as good as solid wood, but is much cheaper.
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.
The material used to make each LCD TV stand is one of the most obvious ways to differentiate them. It’s also one of the leading contributors to the overall cost of the piece. The material has two primary purposes: it provides the necessary physical support for ensuring that the television doesn’t come crashing down, and it sets the aesthetic look of the piece of furniture.
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.
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