Ethel Sweeney TV Stand September 18th, 2018 - 00:00:10
So the first thing you need to do is make sure you have enough room to walk behind the table and in front of it and have that room. So an easy option would be having a slimline TV stand, something that's big enough to fit your components, but not much bigger, because otherwise, you're just wasting valuable real estate having a little storage is very helpful as well.
So in this example here you can see. There's four little bins and room for a PVR and something else below as well. You can also mount the TV on the wall or you can put on a stand, but you know in either case you need to have some room for your components. Moving on to the legs measure and mark each of the four legs, 12 inches down from the top.
These lines will serve as guides for the middle shelf when it's installed begin constructing the frames that will serve as the front and back of the TV stand. So if you plan on using contact paper test it on a smaller project first, so you know what you're getting yourself into so after swapping out the all-white top to the dark wood design.