What can I use instead of a TV stand?
Here are 7 suggestions for ‘unique’ media stands.
- A dresser: Depending on how much space you have in your living room this is a fantastic option for a few reasons.
- A chest: Depending again on the height, having a chest with or without detail is a unique look.
- A console table:
- A fireplace:
- A bench:
- TV Easel:
What kind of wood should I use to make a TV stand?
Birch. Birch is a hardwood used in many types of real wood furniture. Its straight grain also looks great as a top choice for hardwood flooring and kitchen cabinets. Woodcraft Furniture uses North American birch for sturdy entertainment centers that hold a lot of items or need extra durability.
Can I use a buffet as a TV stand?
Buffets are great as TV stand ideas because they can easily hide cords, there’s plenty of storage, and they are usually large enough to fit a living room-sized television.
Can TV be wider than TV stand?
Our basic rule of thumb when choosing the right size of media stand is that it should be at least a few inches (if not feet) wider than the base of your TV. This gives your TV plenty of clearance to comfortably sit on top and helps your media set up look more visually balanced.
How tall should a TV stand be?
Craning your neck at awkward angles for hours is a recipe for discomfort, so your TV stand should position the screen at eye level. The recommended TV height is about 42 inches, but the best position depends on the height of your sofa or chairs.
How wide is a 65 inch TV?
TV Size to Distance Calculator and Science
|50″||43.6″ 110.7 cm||24.5″ 62.2 cm|
|55″||47.9″ 121.7 cm||27.0″ 68.6 cm|
|60″||52.3″ 132.8 cm||29.4″ 74.7 cm|
|65“||56.7″ 144.0 cm||31.9″ 81.0 cm|