By k31s4. TV Stands. At Tuesday, October 01st 2019, 22:28:11 PM.
Great quality! The stand is very sturdy and was not that hard to setup. I did have a friend help build but it is not necessary. Finish is great as you can see through my pictures. The stand really accents my living space and adds the exact style I had in mind. It’s a must buy!
Been looking a long time for just the right TV stand.... Found it. Got it in the driftwood color...beautiful. It is a sturdy piece, and was easy to put together. It is not real wood, but it is textured to feel like it, and no one will tell the difference. Got a 55" on it with pleanty of room to spare. Great looking piece, would recommend it to anyone looking to upgrade from those standard black TV stands we all had, or for the larger flatscreens 55"-60"
Absolutely love the TV Stand. It is very sturdy and heavy so it does take a strong person to lift it as it came in a 80lbs box which I was not expecting. That could be the reason why some reviews I read arrived damaged
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.
It’s very stylish, perfect size, and looks modern and well-made. Word of warning though, I did purchase the handy services to have the piece put together as it came in 1 million parts . The guy took three hours to put it together, so I can’t imagine how long it would’ve taken me.
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.