By Bruno Marin. Tv Stand. Published at Saturday, August 17th, 2019 - 03:15:47 AM.
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.
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.
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.
There are also other options such as TV stand in wood with lifts, there are even some stands that come with some fireplace to make it more attractive and serve as other means of adding some funky styling while at the same time relaxing with your favorite movie. There are even wooden TV cabinets with sliding doors so you can add all your entertainment components safely when not in use.
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