By Henri Levett. TV Stands And Entertainment Centers. Published at Thursday, September 20th, 2018 - 01:46:16 AM.
One good source for antique stands is shops that sell refurbished second-hand furniture. Of course, these are not true antiques in that sense, but you could find items from the early fifties and sixties that you find up to your liking as well as pocket friendly. These are perfectly suitable for you if you are looking for exclusivity in antiquity, but have a modest budget. Customized it is the other category that offer exclusivity. These stands derive their value proposition primarily from the fact that they incorporate your unique ideas at some level of their design. Its appeal lies in the fact that it has been made to your specifications, at least to some extent, and therefore holds a certain amount of personal value for you. As with antiques, buying customized items can be expensive. TV stands are no exception. A TV stand that has been customized from a standard or readymade design can end up costing up to five times its original price. The cost of customization depends upon the extent of customization and the choice of materials used for the customization job.
TV stands range from simple flat screen mounts that sit on your floor to corner units with just a shelf or two to elaborate entertainment centers that can house all your components, CDs, DVDs and records. These days finding a TV stand that fits your décor, whether it's modern or traditional, is easy with so many different options available. Many modern and contemporary stands are sleek and designed to maximize your space. They can be low profile and wide, or they can be just as wide as your television with room to store just a few audio/video components. Corner stands are a great way to save space and are available in many contemporary designs and finishes. Most modern TV stands will offer some amount of storage for your A/V components or collection of movies, but if you truly want all these items in one place you might be better off with an entertainment center.
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.
You can consider solid wood doors if you want to use the cabinets for a storage areas for CDs. Then, while deciding upon the doors, you also have to keep in mind that electronic equipment produces heat and if there is no space for the heat to defuse, it might ruin the sensitive circuit boards or the microchips within the equipment. Also, you need to be careful about the design of the cabinets you choose. This is because technology is rapidly changing you must have room for new equipment. While deciding on entertainment center furniture, keep in mind the furnishing and décor of the rest of the room so that the center blends in aesthetically rather than standing out awkwardly. Additionally, if you decide to opt for a c
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