By Babette Bazin. Tv Stand. Published at Thursday, September 26th, 2019 - 07:36:49 AM.
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 TV STAND – For added storage for your player or magazines, choose the wood stand. It can give your place a traditional or contemporary look and style. It comes with different colors. Look for blends that are most close to the shade of your room. This can be very durable and for heavy-built TV.
When broken, it forms small cube-like pieces instead of sharp-edged shards, and is therefore much safer than annealed glass. stands, speaker stands, audio stands etc made of tempered glass can last long but need careful handling. You need to be extra careful while cleaning or moving them.
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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