Published at Saturday, November 17th, 2018 - 01:40:54 AM. TV Stands And Entertainment Centers. By Milo Nee.
Wow! So many choices, so many places to shop. Have you ever decided to purchase a new Entertainment Center for your home and found that there are so many to choose from? Well, I have. Recently, my husband and I decided it was time to replace our old out-dated unit. After checking out several local stores, we decided to check out some of the internet sites. We never realized how many sites there were and how many decisions needed to be made before you finally purchased that new entertainment center. Did we want modern, traditional or ultra modern? Dark wood, light wood or a metal stand. Exactly what would fit in with our current decor.
Traditional styles such as Sheraton, Queen Anne, Neo Classical, Victorian and French Provincial are modeled after historical fashions, periods and trends. Most commonly recognized by elaborate carvings, inset panels and detailed moldings, entertainment furniture and TV stands in traditional sub styles like Shaker and Louis Philippe can look almost contemporary or modern because of the absence of ornate decorative detail. The focus of contemporary entertainment furniture and TV stands is on economy of line and shape. Most commonly used materials are metals, exposed woods in lighter finishes, plastics and stone. Through its use of materials, shapes and lines, contemporary style emphasizes natural elements that are organic and tranquil. Simple, but effective, contemporary style often features textured elements such as clean lines and chic form that might be highlighted by leather or glass accents.
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