By k31s4. TV Stands. At Saturday, September 28th 2019, 14:19:02 PM.
It was a little tricky to put together (you definitely need 2 people!), but it’s perfect for my tv and record player! I like mixing mid-century and unique vintage with touches of nature, and this fits PERFECTLY with my style! Great value for this great design!
I was worried when I received this because the box was damaged in places. When I opened it, however, I inspected every piece thoroughly and found no damage whatsoever, not even a scratch. The box had clearly been thrown around so the packaging was effective. It also came two days earlier than I was expecting. As far as assembly goes, it took me under two hours to put it together by myself and I have very little experience building things. The instructions were clear and easy to follow, all the parts and hardware (some extra) were included and clearly labeled, and all the holes, bolts and screws were lined up perfectly. The only extra tool I needed was a Phillips screwdriver.
It is a very simple design yet sleek and modern looking. The silver touches of the poles gives it an elegant touch. Really like how the middle platform is smaller than the top and bottom one, giving a sophisticated look. This was extremely easy to put together. What I like about this too is that it is not too large for my limited space and not too small/ fragile, that a shake from my TV would wobble the tv stand. Nor is it too heavy to transport to any part of the house.
This console rounded out our mid-century home living room. I assembled it in a little over an hour. I like the look and feel of the item. If you are not accustomed to assembling items, you may have difficulty with this. Assembly for this will go faster if you have a hex screwdriver and not dependent on the provided Allen wrench.
This tiny space proves that even if your kitchen is no bigger than the average closet it can still pack in some big style as long as you restrain yourself. A strict monochrome approach to dinnerware keeps it visually uncluttered.
I consider myself pretty handy, so the assembly was not that bad. It took a little over an hour, hour and a half to get finished. One drawback that others may dislike, the stickers that are designed to go over the screws to hide them look great and would conceal them nicely, if only they actually stuck. I opted to just throw them out, and I still think it looks fine. The screws are on the inside of the shelves, so it is dark in there and they are hard to see anyway