By k31s4. TV Stands. At Tuesday, October 01st 2019, 22:27:49 PM.
There are multiple strategies for hiding and consolidating wires behind a TV stand including bundling cords together, storing the power strip inside the stand, using a cable catch, and storing the wires within the wall. Many TV stands have compartments, trays, and integrated cord slots to hold accessories and simplify cord locations.
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.
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
It looks great in our Living Room! We didn’t want to make holes in our wall so we bought this tv stand and it’s perfect! It’s just the right height and width and looks even better in person.
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!