Ethel Sweeney TV Stand September 14th, 2018 - 00:27:29
If you have a lot of "stuff", you will need space for the "stuff." Choose a TV console with plenty of storage shelves and even specialty media storage if you need it.
Other considerations related to the size of the AV furniture you're considering include whether there are any physical features of the room that would affect the TV stand, how high do you want the TV to sit, and if there will be enough room to comfortably walk between existing furniture and the new TV stand.
Most TV stands come ready-to-assemble (RTA). That means that you will have to do some work before you get to watch TV from your new TV stand. Assembling a TV stand can be easy or it can be very difficult depending on the design. Pay attention to reviews that warn of long or difficult assembly. AV furniture that is already assembled is also available, but expect to pay a premium price.
For optimal functionality, select TV furniture or entertainment centers with adjustable shelves; this will allow you to customize the unit to your needs.
To decide which kind will meet your specific needs, first determine the main purpose of the TV stand: is it to display the TV, organize components and DVDs or to maximize the available floor space?