TV Stand. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 13:32:48 PM
Most TV stands specify a maximum weight in addition to maximum width for the flat panel TVs they can accommodate. You should be careful about the weight specification though. Some manufacturers specify the total weight including all shelves that a stand can handle and some will specify just the weight of the TV, which means the weight that the top of the TV stand can withstand. AV furniture style is important. When it comes to your home furnishings, its all about how it makes you feel. You have your own style and your TV stand should reflect that.
Mahogany and oak TV stands are two great examples of how traditional materials can be used in a floor stand, whereas they are rarely seen in wall mounted stands. In addition to this, floor TV stands generally have a larger amount of space to play with, leaving enough room for all of your equipment, including consoles, Freeview or Sky boxes, DVDs, DVD players and much more. They can also hold a great deal more weight than wall mounted stands. The downside is, of course, that a wall stand will take up far less space than a floor stand. For this reason, the former may be a good choice for those with less room to work with.
Depending on your comfortable viewing angle from your bed; how you will personally be using the space, and what style will complement your bedroom decor the most, you can buy a bedroom TV stand which will support your need. You will also need to keep in mind the storage space youll need, the dimensions - height, width and depth - of your television, the location where you intend to place the TV stand, stability of the bedroom TV table and finally style.
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