By Berenice Bertin. TV Stand. Published at Thursday, April 04th, 2019 - 05:11:42 AM.
The design of the flat screen TV stand also follows contemporary modes of style. For instance, you can buy style stands in wood, glass, veneer or metal. This should tickle your fancy, especially when you are in the mood for sprucing up your home. Beyond aesthetics, other considerations like media storage and convenient access to wires are helpful in keeping your home entertainment center organized and neat.
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.
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.
When wiping out stains from your oak wood TV stands, avoid using harsh chemical and soaps on it. Some would suggest using very mild soap mixed with water or mineral spirits to get a stain off. Do this sparingly and only when absolutely necessary.
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