Sunday, September 11, 2011

Making a Choice between Wood or Glass TV Stands

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To match the changes made in television sets, TV stands were likewise given a more modern appeal. Using a table for your stand is already passé. TV stands have become another attraction in the living room with the way furniture manufacturers have created them.

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Wood is not the only material used for TV stands these days but also glass material. If you are to make a choice between a wood or glass TV stand, the following information may be of a big help.

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If you opt to have a TV stand made of glass, check the depth of the glass. Thick glass TV stands spells good quality although it can be pricey; nevertheless, you can always find one that suits your budget.

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Glass TV Stands

The Positive Sides:

• you have two options to choose from tinted or clear glass.
• suits a living room with a contemporary theme • Blends with any color
• is not easily outdate
• easy to clean and is sleek
• cheaper than wood stands
• you have two options to choose from tinted or clear glass.
• suits a living room with a contemporary theme
• blends with any color
• is not easily outdated
• easy to clean and is sleek
• cheaper than wood stands

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The Negatives:

• fingerprints and smudges are perceptible
• not sensible to have with children and pets around
• vulnerable to blemishes and scratches that are difficult to restore
• cable are visible even with tinted glasses
• open shelves causing the equipment to accumulate dust


The Wood TV Stands

Ideal for conventional-themed homes are wood TV stands as well as homes that have all wood furniture.

The Positive Sides: 

• obtainable in a numerous shades from light to dark tones
• matches any modern-theme homes, as wood used comes from different types
• spells exquisiteness and classiness mostly those with artistic carvings
• more durable than glass TV stands
• easier to maintain
• shelves are with doors keeping dust away from equipment
• hides cables and wires neatly

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