These tended to be rectangular in design, although as many TV’s are positioned in the corner of the room, it wasn’t long before corner TV stands were developed.
These TV stands have grown in popularity since they were originally conceived in the mid-2000’s. However, this type of stand can be more complex to install than a glass or wooden TV stand.
However, you must also think about the impact on ventilation and access to the devices before you decide if this is the best way for you to go.
If your room is full of wooden furniture and flooring then a glass TV stand may not fit into look you want for your room.
In the early days of flat panel televisions, the vast majority of TV units were glass TV stands.
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