By k31s4. TV Stands. At Saturday, September 28th 2019, 14:25:27 PM.
This looks great! I love the pop of color with the wood grain. I drilled extra holes for cords on the bottom shelf and the cabinet, and it fits all the equipment I need. I still need to tidy up my cables and things, but included a photo. For reference my TV is 65". It was easy to assemble and came with everything needed.
This TV stand is exacty what I was looking for. It was easy to put together - the instructions were very clear. Although it is made partially of MDF, I find it to be very sturdy and well built. For the length and size of it, the price is great
Absolutely love the TV Stand. It is very sturdy and heavy so it does take a strong person to lift it as it came in a 80lbs box which I was not expecting. That could be the reason why some reviews I read arrived damaged
Like an expensive piece of wood furniture! If I had any cons to report, it would be that 1-there is not nearly enough wood glue that comes with the parts (which was not a problem since my husband has bottles of it at home) and 2-the circular stickers added to hide the screws did not stay on very well, so make sure to use glue on them as well. Problem solved. One of the best purchases we have ever made online!
We love the use of the decorative lighting in this small yet bright kitchen. While inset can lights could have been used, the pendants add such a nice touch.
When pairing a TV stand with a TV, the recommended maximum TV size for the TV stand should be a set at a maximum of 8” (20 cm) larger in the diagonal dimension than the overall width of the TV stand. A 30” (76 cm) TV stand should hold a maximum TV size of 38” (97 cm). A 65” (165 cm) TV stand should hold a maximum TV size of 73” (185 cm).