By k31s4. TV Stands. At Tuesday, October 01st 2019, 22:27:07 PM.
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.
Inspiration for a small modern l-shaped light wood floor and brown floor enclosed kitchen remodel in Seattle with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island Drawers for basic cooking ingredients next to stove and ovens
The Hal stand is great. For reference, my tv is 55". It is a little cumbersome to put together and is certainly much easier if two people tag-tag team it. But it is large, sturdy and has ample storage on the shelf area and behind the doors (which I need to adjust). Aesthetically it is great to look at. Absolute bargain for what I paid for it!
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.
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