Shalita Long. TV Stand. September 02nd , 2020.
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.
When selecting your stands and mounts visualize your entertainment or living room. Where do you want to install your equipment? How much floor space do you have to put an audio-video cart or speaker stand? Are there actually TV cabinets on the market that would fit into that tiny corner? May it be better to mount the unit onto the wall? These questions should be answered before you proceed with your accessory purchase.
Therefore, it would be unwise to overlook one of these elements as a home’s design is being completed. While style and space will influence many decisions, there are some features that any quality product will have. With flat-screen television sets, quality of picture and flexibility of the actual component will always rule. With stereo equipment, the clarity of the sound and size of the device is essential. TV stands are no different. There is no use settling on a TV stand for the home unless it has the features of a high-quality product.
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 have come a long way since the clunky models of yore. Whether or not one is enamored with the sleek minimalist design of many stands nowadays, there is a lot to be said for understatement. Black oak wood stands can strike the perfect balance between classic design and modern finish. For a sleeker look, opt for a stand which has no box shelving whatsoever, creating the impression that the electronics pieces are virtually floating in mid-air. Any modern design will welcome a stand like this. The same can be said for stands using piano black glass shelving, which hide unsightly wiring at the same time.
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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