Gaetano Valentini. Corner TV Stand. October 17th , 2020.
The entire concept behind the television corner stand is to make use of underutilized space in the room. You then construct an entertainment system centered on that. This approach allows you to multitask your furniture and make it work in more ways than one.
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.
These stands help you to use the size and scheme of your room in a much more efficient manner, and they also help you to use the space within your home much more productively. Corner TV stands can be a fantastic solution for small areas where no other piece of furniture would work otherwise, allowing the homeowner to effectively decorate their home in the manner that they desire.
Corner pieces have distinct advantages. Obviously, since they fit snugly in corners, they help maximize space use and make a room look less disorganized and tight. Corner television stands also make old TV models look less bulky since their backsides are neatly tucked into the angle of a corner. Finally, corner pieces allow greater viewing flexibility. In a square or rectangular room, anyone can watch TV almost from any angle.
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.
Many people who are serious about their home audiovisual equipment will turn up their noses at the very thought of installing a corner TV stand in their television viewing room. They contend that anything other than the perfect home cinema setup is unacceptable and should be avoided at all costs.
You can use these corner stands to place a television in an area of your home that you otherwise wouldn’t have been able to fit one of those large entertainment centers into in the past. By using the corner TV stand we can accomplish this goal – and much more.
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