Walker Edison Glenwood Electric Fireplace & TV Stand
Last updated date: March 30, 2021
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Available in a variety of popular finishes, this TV stand will be a perfect fit for any living space. It fits TVs of up to 65 inches and has two cable management ports for holding your power cords and cables. The electric fireplace can heat up to a 400 square foot space.
In our analysis, the Walker Edison Walker Edison Glenwood Electric Fireplace & TV Stand placed 2nd when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Dimensions: 32” H x 15.75” D x 58” L, Removable fireplace insert: 17.625” H x 15.75” D x 18” L. Top surface supports up to 150 Ibs., 2 top cubbies support up to 75 Ibs. each, and 2 adjustable shelves support up to 30 Ibs. each. Supports TVs up to 65” and 2 cord management ports keep cables tidy. Fireplace display and heat can be operated individually and can heat up to 400 sq. ft. (4600 BTU). Electric, plug-in fireplace; no gas hookup required.
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An Overview On Electric Fireplace & TV Stands
A fireplace adds a level of coziness to a home, but not all living spaces are suited to one. If your home wasn’t built with a fireplace, adding one can be costly. In addition, if you rent your space or live in a smaller place, a traditional fireplace might not be an option at all.
This is where an electric fireplace can be useful. An electric fireplace is essentially a space heater, but it has a look and feel that simulates an actual fireplace. Some even use LED lights to provide heat, saving you electricity.
In recent years, manufacturers have begun combining electric fireplaces with entertainment consoles. You can set your TV on top of the cabinet, with the fire blazing beneath. That gives you the benefits of an entertainment console and fireplace without taking up much space.
Best of all, because of the way these entertainment consoles are built, you don’t have to worry about putting your entertainment devices close to your fireplace. It’s a compact way to get the benefits of a fireplace without losing wall space.
Electric fireplaces are what’s known as “ventless,” which saves energy over vented options because you aren’t losing heat through a chimney. Typically, all you’ll need to do is plug an electric fireplace in to get it to work, unlike in the case of a gas or wood-burning fireplace.
The Electric Fireplace & TV Stand Buying Guide
- When you’re buying an entertainment console, keep in mind that you’ll typically have to assemble it to get it in place. This can take time and require tools that won’t be included in the box.
- Entertainment consoles are often available in a variety of finishes. Decide the look you want for your living area and narrow it down to the style of cabinet that fits.
- One top priority as you’re shopping for entertainment consoles is the size and weight of TV it will support. You may find that your TV size limits you to a certain type of console.
- Consider the components you’ll need to store near your TV. Make sure you choose one with storage for your cable or dish receiver, any gaming systems you have and your speaker system, if you have one.
- Line of sight is important when you’re choosing a place to store your TV. If you’re setting it on top of an entertainment console, make sure the screen will be at a comfortable viewing angle when you’re seated.
- Electric fireplaces put out quite a bit of heat, but they’re limited. Most are designed to heat up to 400 square feet, so if you have a larger space or an open-plan house with high ceilings, you might not get the heating capacity you expect.
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