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TV and Entertainment Stands

TV and entertainment stands are strong, durable and designed to carry the weight of modern day electrical equipment and gadgets. They come in many different shapes, sizes and colours with many entertainment stands also offering a variety of storage solutions. TV and entertainment stands are available in a range of new, used and refurbished conditions.

Entertainment Cabinets

TV and entertainment cabinets can be made from wood such as oak, solid pine or mahogany which offer a traditional feel and are often decorated with elaborate drawer and door handles. Wooden cabinets tend to be heavy and therefore provide a reliable base for even the largest of TVs.

Contemporary cabinets can also be made from glass and have a high-gloss finish. These often sit on wheels and are easy to manoeuvre from room to room. Glass stands with a vintage finish can feature everything from ornate carvings to glass panels with antiqued silver edging.

Corner Units

As their name suggests, corner units are designed to be pushed right back into the corner of a room and therefore save as much floor space as possible. Corner units can also double up as cabinets or bookshelves providing plenty of storage space for additional household objects. They are therefore a practical choice for space-savers looking for simple and practical ways to keep their home tidy.

TV Stands

The type of TV stand you opt for will depend on both the style of your home and the size of TV you own. Long, thin TV stands made from glass or wood, for example, are a reliable choice for flat-screen television sets. They can be pushed back against any straight wall and are not too bulky to look at. Unusually shaped stands, on the other hand, are visually impressive and often have multiple shelves that can be used to display your television and other gadgets such as controllers.

If you are looking for a modern TV stand opt for one with a high-gloss finish and in-built LED lights.

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