Modern Furniture Collection #1: Contemporary designs, modern furniture, FREE SHIPPING

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Blog entry by Steven124 posted 06-17-2009 08:58 AM 1154 reads 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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TV stands are ideal for showcasing not only your television, but other entertainment electronic components as well.
The best television stand will provide enough room for DVD players, DVDs, tuners, satellite equipment and a host of other pieces. With the new trends in contemporary TV stands, it’s easy to find the right one that compliments the room it will be in. Various wood finishes such as oak and cherry, as well as swivel TV stands and even widescreen TV stands are easily located; still, there are a few things to keep in mind as you’re searching for the perfect stand.
Don’t forget the shelves! It’s important to select a TV stand that offers several adjustable shelves. This will be necessary due to the varying heights of other electronics it will house. Another important factor is its height. If you have a larger television but prefer to watch it while reclined or on a low-seating sofa, you might wish to choose your TV stand with a low enough shelf that will allow comfortable viewing.
Are you limited in your space? Why not consider the convenience and space-friendly corner TV stand? You can easily find an attractive home for your television while not taking up too much room. These are great alternatives and certainly worth consideration. Don’t forget how a framed photograph or low-wattage lamp looks on your choice. Sure, it needs to serve its purpose, but tying it into the look of the room is easy with just a few accessories. Speaking of accessories, consider its movement options. Specifically, coasters and pre-punched holes in the stand’s back eliminates the frustration factor as you’re moving the stand around and attempting to hide the cords while running them to wall outlets.
Finally, you’ll want to be sure it’s made with quality materials and expert craftsmanship. Discount TV stands are easy to find, but compromising on quality usually doesn’t equate to a wise investment. In the end, the few extra dollars spent now on quality will be worth it in the long run.


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#1 posted 06-17-2009 09:19 AM

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#2 posted 06-17-2009 01:50 PM

Guess you haven’t read the rules for this website.

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#3 posted 06-17-2009 08:01 PM

This site needs a way to flag abusers!


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#4 posted 06-17-2009 08:35 PM

Blatant advertising!


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#5 posted 06-17-2009 09:15 PM

Well the trouble is that I have personally seen mob mentality and behavior exhibited here on lumberjocks. It would be nice to be rid of the spammers but handing over authority of the site to the public means that the rules to be enforced become a public consensus. Similar to morality without religion its difficult to define. If Martin can find a way to get a handle on this problem himself then we the members can retain our cyber moral basis (which for this site is “what Martin says … is the law”) So far I like the judgment Martin has used to decide what content for this site is appropriate.

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#6 posted 06-17-2009 11:09 PM

Well, most other forums I belong to have a button next to each posters name that allows you to flag them for review. This would allow for the MOB to keep it private, and for something to get done about it.

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