By Danton Pierre. Tv Stand. Published at Wednesday, November 06th, 2019 - 02:13:07 AM.
On the other hand, wood flat screen TV stand offers robust and more traditional styles of TV furniture. If your home is mostly adorned with wood, like wooden flooring and furniture, then it would be best to put your money in a wooden stand. Compared to other types of TV stands, it is longer lasting and timeless. However, issues like limited ventilation for the back panels and limited access to running cables are common with wooden stands.
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.
Black TV stand – This type appears to be the most fashionable at the moment with it’s post modern look. There really isn’t many surroundings that a black stand wont blend in with especially if you go for the black glass design with chrome legs. This item really does stand out from the crowd, its a real head turner.
Regardless of what it is, anything made of oak is always expensive. This is why it might be a little prohibitive. Good thing there are great alternative to pure oak material. You can opt for stands made by combining oak and cheaper wood scraps or engineered wood.
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