Setting up your TV lounge and (un)surprisingly got short on budget? Whatever you may omit from the lounge, but a good TV lounge should not be left out. You can forego a few decoration pieces and fancy rugs and get something worthwhile which will serve you much more purpose than just aesthetics like a TV stand. A TV stand functions more than just a resting place for your television. It encompasses the space around the TV and can enhance your TV lounge much more than other trivial things. Not sure how to effectively hunt for a TV stand? Let’s discuss three types of TV stands that are must-haves and sure to spice up the look of any room.
As simple as it sounds, traditional wood stands are a classic. When built correctly, their one-of-a-kind look can be a great addition to your TV lounge. The perks of having a wooden stand are many but among the top two are its easy maintenance and it being environmentally friendly. Wood can be one of the easiest to maintain materials as it rarely requires thorough cleaning and something like a TV stand which directly will not be resting on the floor will be protected from scuffing. Even if over time the color of the wood fades out you can always restore it to its pristine condition by sanding and polishing. Most people are nowadays looking for eco-friendly options and making use of wood products is one of the best ways to go about it. Wood, when sourced through the right channels and when manufactured has minimal impact on the environment which cannot be said about the most materials out there.
As of recently stainless steel and aluminum, stands have also been incorporated into making TV stands. The clean and minimalist finish that metal offers is unmatchable and is a great way to add the feeling of openness in a room with a sleekly made a stand. Shelves can be added to create storage space for DVD players, books, vases and speakers making it a multi-functional item. Metal can also be painted on especially aluminum so if you are looking for a colorful addition to your TV lounge, then metal stands are the way to go! Paint glides smoothly on aluminum, making it the perfect base for any paint job.
Glass TV stands are for the old and risky. If you have an open space and no risk of children running around, then a glass stand will look spectacular in a spacious room. A glass stand can also be added into a tiny TV lounge to again open the space up a little more. One thing to keep in mind when looking for a glass TV stand is the minimum it is, the better as overly decorated glass items do not look the best.
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