By Ayame Fuji. Corner. Published at Saturday, June 09th, 2018 - 07:58:16 AM.
Televisions have changed an incredible amount since they were first introduced almost a century ago. At that time, society in general was very different too, and it showed in the home furnishings of the day. TV sets were an actual piece of furniture with the viewing screen built right into it.
Space saving yet stylish Television stands are of demand these days. Are you figuring out where to place your TV and which television stand to rest it on? You will need more challenges regardless of whether you have a tube television, a plasma monochromatic color set, or a LCD TV.
Antique : Another popular look for not only TV stands, but all types of furniture, is the antique look. This is a look that you can either buy in a store or online as a reproduction, or something you could find in an antique store and customize yourself to be used as a TV stand. If you can't afford a true antique, you could also buy a TV stand and apply an antique paint process to give it that old world look.
When the TV is placed in a corner it can be viewed from any other part of the room allowing much more efficient use of the room. These corner-Television stands need not be placed in corners always; they can also be placed in the center of the room to create a new appeal.
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