By k31s4. TV Stands. At Wednesday, October 30th 2019, 01:25:25 AM.
I love it! Similar looks at places like West Elm for triple the price. I’ve gotten tons of compliments. It’s not solid wood, but doesn’t see much wear and tear like a dining table would... so I think this piece will last for a long time.
Very easy to put together. I spent maybe an hour and a half taking my time. I see a lot of people complaining about the door installation being difficult. I attached my doors to the unit while it was standing upright, fasteningtightening screws only once the doors were flush with each other. Not hard, it just takes patience. Tv stand looks great, holds everything well.
It would be nice to have more cable management holes (there are only one) but I purchased a 3/4” circular drill bit and drilled a few more to make running cables far more accessible. Overall a great product and it looks great.
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I included a photo of that, and also how it looks and fits in the space I needed it to go. One other assembly tip, pertaining to attaching the door stop in the final step: there are no pre-drilled holes, so I used a pen to make a mark where I would like the stop situated, then taped the door stop in place and used a small nail to make two starter holes for the screws that were included for this step. This was tedious, but I wanted to be sure the doors were aligned and closed correctly. Overall, I am really happy with this purchase.
This is a great piece for the price. Sturdy and stylish. Not the easiest piece to put to together but not the worst I have experienced either. Doors are definitely a challenge, so be prepared to take some time to figure them out. No real tips to pass on, this trial and error. Once adjusted, they are not a problem to open and close. We are using it for a 60 inch TV. Would recommend.