By k31s4. TV Stands. At Saturday, September 28th 2019, 14:16:29 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 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.
The center of the TV screen on a TV stand should be set at approximately 42” (107 cm) from the floor based on the most comfortable viewing height for a person sitting on a typical couch. When selecting a TV stand and/or TV size, always consider the height of the center point of the TV for the best viewing experience.
It took my husband about 1 1/2 hours to fully install it, and that was because he is a carpenter and took the necessary time to glue everything properly and make sure it was built sturdy. I read the reviews about the quality being poor and the veneer looking shabby, but let me tell you truthfully - IT LOOKS GREAT.
Set up for this TV stand is definitely a two person job! A little bit of work but it is so worth it. Once we get this set up it really pulled the whole room together. For reference we have a 49” LG tv on the stand. This is the perfect size for it, if you like to have some decor on the sides. We opted to leave the back panel off the stand, just for personal preference.
Very durable, a bit larger than expected but still fit so great in the space. Assembly took a few hours but I was able to build it solo, no need for any power tools but would be helpful for the amount of screwing. Be careful when attaching the backplate, it’s easy to miss and either damage other pieces or poke a hole straight through.