By Darcy Paris. Tv Stand. Published at Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 - 00:58:13 AM.
Practicality and Aesthetic – A good stand both looks good and functions well. No matter what material you choose, make sure that it’s fitting for your specific television. Always remember to check that the stand will bear the weight of the LCD TV you plan to put on it. The best aesthetic in the whole world won’t help you if the piece collapses, after all.
Corner TV stands offer classic space saving options that do not compromise style. Either made from glass or wood, this stand complements your massive flat screen with pride. As the name implies, corner stand is a piece of television furniture that is designed to minimize protrusions.
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.
Glass is of three types. Regular glass, also known as ’annealed glass’, shatters into large shards with razor sharp edges, and is not suitable for furniture. Heat-treated or ’toughened’ glass is much stronger than annealed glass. Glass that is treated with chemicals and heat, known as ’tempered glass’, is many times stronger than annealed glass.
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