By k31s4. TV Stands. At Tuesday, October 01st 2019, 22:32:22 PM.
I’m not completely done tucking and putting up wires. This tv stand was a little difficult for me to do alone, but I did do it. It is very nice and exactly what I wanted and expected. It makes my living area beautiful. The white parts feel like glass. It’s very nice. I’m very happy with it.
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.
Amazing piece of furniture! Two things: you will need a power tool and connect the hardware together first then the drawers. Also I decided to stain it, as the rustic was a bit lighter than I expected. Overall a great addition!
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.
The tv stand is beautiful. It is packed securely in its box. Assembling it by myself was not the easiest task, but with a little ingenuity anyone can do it. I used tape to hold the back in place, once I positioned it to where I was happy. Then I was able to use the tack nails to secure it permanently.