Blathnaid O’Doherty. TV Stands. December 15th , 2020.
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.,
This looks great! I love the pop of color with the wood grain. I drilled extra holes for cords on the bottom shelf and the cabinet, and it fits all the equipment I need. I still need to tidy up my cables and things, but included a photo. For reference my TV is 65”. It was easy to assemble and came with everything needed.,
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!,
I like the entertainment center a lot. Very nice addition to my living room. However there was a slight damaged at the edges, I supposed this occurred in transit. Perhaps the packaging can ensure the corners are reinforced a bit more. But that said still love it.,
I love it! Similar looks at places like West Elm for triple the price. I’ve gotten tons of compliments. It’s not solid wood, but doesn’t see much wear and tear like a dining table would… so I think this piece will last for a long time.,
Very easy to put together. I spent maybe an hour and a half taking my time. I see a lot of people complaining about the door installation being difficult. I attached my doors to the unit while it was standing upright,
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.,
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