Giacomo Villa. Corner TV Stand. October 16th , 2020.
If you take your television viewing pretty seriously you don’t want to have your TV set stuck in the corner of your room. If you use the sound directly from the TV the sounds get trapped in the corner. And if you use external sound it makes it tough to get the speakers positioned right, unless you have a huge room, in which case you won’t have your TV in the corner. It also makes the location of your furniture odd and potentially uncomfortable and offers you a poor view of your screen.
There are many ways to go about making your living room entertainment center look like it’s part of the actual living room. The recent burst of flat-screen television has made TV stands all the more popular. Let’s face it you cannot buy a new 50-inch plasma TV and then set it on some old beat-up wooden or for that matter plastic TV stand. It would only make the TV look like it doesn’t belong in your home and your friends wouldn’t want to see that when football season rolls around. Since most entertainment centers from the past only house up to about a 30 or 35 inch TV you have to go with a TV stand to house your new plasma television set.
Not only can corner TV stands be manufactured to your size requirements but also to your style requirements. Stands are available in a variety of finishes and materials from mahogany to glass. You can have one designed with wheels or an elaborate design that compliments your creativity. The choices are endless and you can go for ultra-mod, traditional, minimalism, contemporary, or any other look that suits your home and your pocket.
Compare those big, bulky sets to today’s televisions and you will see big changes. Today’s televisions are designed to fit in with the more modern design styles of our homes, no matter how large or small. The flat TV screen revolutionized designer opportunities for integrating the television into any home regardless of the decor style or theme.
The best place to look for an excellent corner TV stand is always the internet in my opinion. Your local electronics store always carries name brand TV stands like Bush, Tech Craft, and BDI to name a select few. These and many other high-quality manufacturers use only the best materials to deliver the most for your money.
We would all love to have the biggest baddest TV taking center place in our television room but of course, many of us have limited space for home cinema use. This means that we might have to buy a screen smaller than we want and maybe we’ll have to get that corner TV stand which is never as appealing as the one that sits in the middle of the floor. What it does mean is that our new TV will take up less room and will be less likely to obstruct family life.
Not too long ago, television sets were a big piece of wooden furniture with a screen built into it. This type of TV would probably be considered a console-style in today’s market. TVs looked and stayed this way for a long time. The television became the main showpiece of any living room and the console-style was considered to be high technology equipment – at the time. These TV sets were huge and very bulky, taking up a lot of room within the living space, becoming a part of the overall decor scheme.
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