In the example above of the Sauder Harbor View corner TV stand pictured above – the rear is flat with just the edges shaped for a corner – so that gives more room for equipment inside.
For example, a VESA200 TV will have 200mm between each of the mounting holes and it is critical the mounting bracket on the TV mount stand is capable of supporting this VESA fitting both horizontally and vertically.
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.
It is absolutely essential that you ensure a mount TV stand can support the weight of your LED, LCD, OLED or plasma TV.
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.
Our buying guide for TV stands covers all the options you have when looking for TV furniture, and gives you an overview of the benefits of each type.
These offer a more enclosed space for your AV equipment and allow you to hide your devices away. In some cases this can be an important consideration if you do not want your living space overtaken by technology.
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