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Where Can I Buy A Cheap Tv Stand



Bingeing on that latest show, settling in for an afternoon of gaming, or just catching the news: whatever you use it for, your TV is a centerpiece in your home, so give it the perfect perch with a piece like this! Ideal for a clean-lined, contemporary style, this stand is crafted from manufactured wood with a black espresso finish for a sleek look. Two cabinets offer out-of-sight storage for media mess, while two shelves are perfect for hosting consoles and more. PVC tubes hold prop up the top panel to create an open shelf.




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Bring a stripped-down, streamlined style to your space with this TV stand. Crafted of manufactured wood with dark espresso laminate veneers and black PVC tubing, this TV stand strikes a wide, open rectangular silhouette. One short center shelf and a wide lower shelf are perfect for displaying your cable box, soundbar, and entertainment consoles, while two lower drawers are great for housing A/V accessories. Measuring 22.8" H x 47.6" W x 15.6" D overall, this TV stand accommodates flat screens up to 50" W.


Tuning in to that latest show, settling in for an afternoon of gaming, or just catching the news: whatever you use it for, your TV is a centerpiece in your home, so give it the perfect perch. A great option for clean-lined modern style, this TV stand is crafted from espresso-finished solid and manufactured wood. Two cabinets round this piece out with storage for clutter, while three open shelves make it a breeze to host media consoles.


This versatile tv stand features clean lines and a compact design that's ideal for homes with smaller square footage. The sleek frame is built from a mix of engineered wood and plastic with an array of rustic finishes to choose from that best suit your taste. This media center has two open shelves for displaying your cable box, a gaming console, and DVDs. And the surface accommodates a flatscreen up to 32" wide. Plus, this tv stand includes a sound bar shelf to help keep everything in its place.


Anchor your entertainment ensemble in understated style with this compact and clean-lined TV stand, a low-profile option that's perfect for smaller spaces. Made from manufactured wood and finished in black, this budget-friendly design strikes a silhouette that accommodates a flat screen up to 48". Two open tiers in the center provide a place to stage a DVD player and collection of movies, while two bins on either side offer concealed storage for any odds and ends strewn about your abode. Assembly is required.


Set up your TV in a streamlined style with this TV stand, a perfect choice for modern spaces. Its open, airy silhouette is crafted from manufactured wood and painted in different finishes, while three lower shelves give you plenty of space to display decorative accents, organize DVDs, and set up media players.


This rustic TV stand will be the best storage solution for your living room. Designed with industrial elegance and rigid metal, this TV Stand for TVs up to 55" is suitable for a variety of decoration styles. 2 tiers of storage shelves can be a perfect place for DVDs, a loudspeaker, game console, remote controls, vase or anything you like. Besides, the curved-edge design of this entertainment stand will effectively prevent accidental injury for every pick. 4 adjustable feet can provide a better stability to protect the collectibles or everyday necessities by prevent shaking.


We have corner TV stands and media consoles that house your electronics, however large or small your space may be. Our selection of television stands is sure to deliver just the one you've been looking for.


Watch your favorite TV shows and movies or give your gaming console a new home. Choose a modern TV stand or more traditional, we have both in a variety of finishes and colors. Our media consoles and corner TV stands are great for multimedia storage, too, housing your favorite entertainment items.


Sit back and relax on a plush recliner and grab an ottoman for the rest of the family to kick up their feet and relax or watch TV on one of our many options of TV stands and consoles. We've got your comfort covered with living room furniture pieces that you'll love coming home to.


Ahead, you'll find an assortment of modern, contemporary, midcentury, farmhouse, industrial, and more TV stands that include open shelving and space-saving options for a cost that won't break the bank. With prices that fall between $92 and $300, there's bound to be an affordable TV stand in here that will fit into your bedroom, office, or living room without a problem. With 11 options to choose from, the only question we have is this: what are you waiting for? Keep reading to shop for our favorite media consoles and find your perfect match.


Great for holding records, sound bars, books, and more, this Oglethorpe TV Stand ($173, originally $349) is worth every penny. Use its surface for decoration, or plop your TV right on top. The stand's simple midcentury design can blend in with almost any existing decor.


We're into the modern look of this Karon TV Stand ($113, originally $160). The TV stand features open shelving for displaying small items like picture frames, books, vases, and more. We love the simplicity of its black bar, which holds the stand off the ground.


Give your home a touch of boho flair with this Lily Rattan Media Console ($199). The TV stand features woven panels, an open shelf compartment, and two cabinets for storing away not-so-pretty items. Made from rattan, this TV stand looks much pricier than its cost.


This WE Furniture 60" Acorn TV Stand ($234, originally $265) is great if you love midcentury-inspired pieces. The stand features a glass shelf in the middle that allows you to show off all your trinkets. Its closed storage on both sides is ideal for hiding away media boxes, remotes, and the not-so-cute technical stuff.


If you're looking for a modern farmhouse piece, then get the Walker Edison Sliding Barn Door TV Stand ($290, originally $329). The TV stand has sliding barn doors that can cover up any part of its adjustable shelves. Additionally, it has dedicated holes for cords, so they won't end up a tangled mess.


You can't go wrong with this classic Generic- Cross Mill TV Stand ($92). Its modern design blends in with all decor schemes, making it an easy sell. The media stand accommodates up to a 42-inch flat-screen TV and has two cubbies and a shelf for storage.


TV stands are first and foremost a functional piece of furniture. They hold your television and all of its components. You want something to help keep everything organized and safely store your electronics, but you still want it to look nice.


Well-known for its affordable furniture, Ikea has some nicely designed TV stands and media consoles. Some of the lowest-cost options probably won't do much for containing wires and remotes, as they're mostly open shelving.


Similar to Ikea, its cheapest selections are very basic. You'll also have to assemble most of the lower-priced stands. Because of the wide variety of brands, not all the stands are of equal quality. You'll want to look at the material, warranty, and weight capacity to ensure it can reliably hold all your electronics.


Another site with hundreds of sub-$500 TV stands, Target has helpful options for narrowing down its selection. You can search by the size of your TV so you know the stand will comfortably hold it. There are also filters for material, color, price, and decor style.


Pay attention to weight limits and material as you're researching. Most of the TV stands had weight capacities on their pages, but it wasn't universal. That information is missing for many of the buffets and credenzas.


Poly & Bark gives detailed dimensions of its TV stands and sideboards. That's useful if you want to ensure all your gear will fit inside. However, there are no weight capacities listed on the site. It might be worth contacting customer service if you have a question about a specific product.


Materials CB2 uses for its consoles, TV stands, and credenzas range from iron and steel to ash and mango woods. Some are made of manufactured wood as well. Many have holes in the back for wires, even if they're not marketed as media consoles.


On West Elm's site, you'll find suggestions for media console widths based on the size of your TV. However, its stands are often missing weight capacities and assembly instructions listed on the page. It's worth checking with customer service if you're considering a specific item.


If your budget is between $1,000 and $2,000, you'll find many options at Crate & Barrel. You can filter TV stands by color, material, width, and price. If you want a buffet or sideboard outfitted for cord management, you can select for that as well.


Crate & Barrel uses oak, birch, elm, engineered wood, rattan, and other materials in its buffets, consoles, and stands. The site usually lists whether a piece has cord cutouts, but it doesn't always show photos of them or list the quantity.


To find the best places to buy TV stands, we relied on research and experience with the included brands and retailers. We also spoke to several experts to learn what features make for durable, functional, and stylish media consoles.


In looking for models to test, we searched the websites of respected TV-mount manufacturers such as Monoprice, OmniMount, Peerless-AV, Rocketfish, and Sanus. We also searched a variety of retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy. For our original tests, in 2017, we evaluated eight tilting TV mounts. Understanding that there are buyers who are interested only in getting a decent mount for as little investment as possible, we ended up with a test group in which three of the units did not have the post-installation adjustment and cost as little as $25. In 2021, we expanded into full-motion mounts and tested two high-end, feature-rich models, as well as two stripped-down, less-expensive models.


For testing, we built a wall with wooden studs at a standard 16-inch spacing covered in half-inch drywall, emulating standard wood frame construction practices. We then installed each mount on the wall and used a 2-by-4-foot sheet of plywood to simulate a 55-inch TV. We also tested most of the mounts with a 55-inch TCL 55P607 TV. 041b061a72


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