Kapri Ramos. TV Stand. March 28th , 2021.
Choosing the right TV stand to match your television is often overlooked in the decision by necessity. But not only does your TV stand need to look good, but it also has to match the size and style of your new TV, (whether it may be 32inches, 50inches or even bigger), as well as the weight, is it a new state of the art, lightweight, thin LCD TV, a slightly older, slightly heavier LCD TV or a good old CRT television.
TV stands come in all shapes and sizes, so to help you narrow down your options, you need to think about the look you want from your stand. Is the rest of your house contemporary? Then you might want to look for stands made out of glass or metal and that provide that modern, streamlined style. If you prefer a cozier atmosphere, check out entertainment centers made of wood in rich, warm colors. Take a look around your house to get a sense of what will match the rest of your décor. Thinking about style will help you find a TV stand that fits right in.
TV stands can be made of just about anything sturdy. Many are made of wood, but they can also be made of more affordable, yet still very attractive materials, such as MDF or laminates. You’ll also find stands that are made of glass, plastic, metal or any combination of the above materials.
Getting an exclusive stand for your LCD is that ideal choice. It also leaves you plenty of space on the stand for your DVD player, games console, etc. Some stands come with multiple adjustable shelves which may be a bonus for you, for the cases the amplifier you have for your surround sound system is taller than the average DVD player or maybe its the mid speaker of the surround sound system itself that’s tall, will they fit on an ordinary stand? If the shelves can be moved then certainly it will.
You also need to know where in the room you will be placing the television before you look at possible stands. If the only place you can put your television is in the corner of your room, then you will want to start your search with corner TV stands. On the other hand, if you have an entire wall available for your television, then you can look at entertainment centers.
If you want a stand with wheels, then a TV cart might be right for you. These are generally better for smaller televisions, as a big screen or flat-screen televisions may run the risk of falling off while being wheeled around.
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