By k31s4. TV Stands. At Saturday, September 28th 2019, 14:24:19 PM.
So you’ve got a tiny kitchen. Whether a rental space or something to call your own, a foot or two of counter space and maybe a wall to work with if you’re lucky doesn’t leave a ton of room to get creative, but give us an inch and we’ll give you a mile of ideas. Here, 45 fabulous small kitchens chock full of solutions and inspiration to help you jazz up your tiny space and keep you cooking in style
Great TV stand for the price- especially since it’s large and has good shelves for storage. Assembly for the swinging cabinets was a little complicated- could not get them to touch as close together as the product photos indicated. The coloring on the dark wood portions scratch fairly easily so be careful during assembly! TV pictured is 38”
Looks expensive, fits what we needed it for. It came with all the necessary parts, assembly was not that bad - only down side was that the parts were not labeled. Overall great purchase for the price and would highly 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.
I was a little worried about ordering a product online without seeing it up close, but it arrived 1 day early and packaged extremely well. There was no damage to any of the pieces. It is so pretty! Highly recommend to anyone that is interested, only took me about an hour and 15 minutes to put together myself because I took my time and used all the wood glue for extra stability! Holds my Vizio 55", sound bar and extras with room to spare
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