Walker Edison Furniture Company Wood Farmhouse Universal TV Stand
Last updated date: December 31, 2020
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Editor's Note December 31, 2020:
Checkout The Best TV Stand For Home for a detailed review of all the top tv stands for home.
This cabinet can support up to 64-inch TVs with a weight capacity of up to 250 pounds. But even if you choose to mount your TV, you'll get plenty of use out of this cabinet, including storage for your electronic components and decorative items. The shelves can be adjusted to give you more space for taller items.
In our analysis of 12 expert reviews, the Walker Edison Walker Edison Wood Farmhouse Universal TV Stand placed 3rd when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Display your TV in style with this 58-inch TV stand. Crafted from high-grade MDF with a durable laminate finish for a rich, textured surface, this storage console features two adjustable shelves on both sides for anything from your electronics to your home décor. With a cord management port at the back of each shelving space, you’ll never have to worry about a tangled mess of wires as it’ll keep them organized. This entertainment center mixes a traditional style with the on trend rustic farmhouse look with its simple design and will be a classic piece to your living room. This media stand will accommodate most flat-panel TVs up to 60 inches.
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An Overview On TV Stands For Home
At one time, a TV was its own unit. Larger ones were designed for the floor, while smaller ones went on a table or entertainment center. But as TVs have gotten slimmer, many households have opted to mount them on the wall, freeing up floor space.
But mounting a TV brings additional issues. In fact, once you mount your TV, you may realize that entertainment centers don’t just hold your TV. They also provide storage for your components. If you have a gaming console, cable or satellite receiver, DVD player or sound system, you probably need something to put all that in, unless you’re tech-savvy enough to set it all up in a closet somewhere else in the room.
You may decide not to mount your TV at all, at which point you’ll need a stand for setting it up. Some TVs come with those stands, but you may decide it’s not of the quality you prefer. Some consumers even find they want to put a previously-mounted TV on a stand, only to realize they’ve lost the stand that came with it.
The good news is, you can easily buy the stand you need. Universal stands are designed to work with a variety of flatscreen sizes and brands, so you’ll just have to track down one that’s compatible with your model. It will have a size and weight limit, so check that carefully in the specifications before you order.
Whether you’re buying an entertainment center or a stand to set on your center, look for the materials used to build them. You’ll want to make sure the items supporting your TV are both sturdy and durable, able to survive being bumped by household members. Beyond that, it’s all about ensuring you have the storage you need to hold everything from consoles to remotes to user manuals.
The TV Stand For Home Buying Guide
- Whether you’re mounting your TV on the wall or setting it on an entertainment cabinet, you should make sure it’s at a comfortable viewing angle. Generally speaking, the recommended height is 42 inches from the floor, but this will vary depending on the height of your seating. The center of the TV should be easily within your line of sight when seated. If you have to strain your neck or posture in any way, adjust the height.
- Your distance from the TV also affects your overall physical health. For TVs larger than 46 inches, experts recommend viewing from at least 7 to 8 inches away. If you have a smaller room, this can be challenging.
- If you’re setting your TV on a mount, check carefully to make sure it’s built for the weight of your TV. This may mean looking up your TV’s model number on the manufacturer’s website to get the exact weight.
- Whether you’ve mounted your TV or not, you probably need a way to organize at least one electronic component. Unless you’re a cord-cutter, you will have a receiver for your cable or satellite, but even cord-cutters have gaming consoles or sound systems with receivers. Make sure you choose a stand that will give you a place to store these items.
- You may find a cabinet that looks great and helps you keep things organized, but unless it’s built as a TV stand, cable management can be tough. If the back of the cabinet is solid, you won’t have a way to get the cords to the back so that you can plug them into the wall. TV stands have cutouts to let you thread the cords through.
- The look of your TV stand likely will factor into your decision. Many are black to match the TV, ensuring it remains more neutral. Some have a glass finish to add a little shine to your entertainment area.
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