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Shopping for TV Stands and Entertainment Centers

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Create the perfect media center of your dreams with our incredible selection of entertainment centers & TV stands at Weekends Only. We have a variety of TV entertainment centers and media stands within our selection of affordable furniture, including TV consoles, fireplace entertainment centers, and more to enhance your living room theater experience. Expect to save with great deals up to 50% off when you get your new TV stand or entertainment center at Weekends Only.

Does your living room layout have a contemporary vibe? Try a contemporary TV stand like one of our mirrored TV stands. Are you a media entertainment junkie and need more storage space for your collection of movies, music, and home theater accessories? You need one of our entertainment centers.

Shop a stylish mix of living room entertainment centers and TV stands from clean lined mid-century modern to farmhouse, and transitional. Our selection of entertainment centers and TV stands have a little something for everyone, from small TV stands, TV cabinets with doors, flat screen television stands, wooden tv stands, and more. You'll also find larger TV stands suitable for a 76" TV.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types of TV stands?

There are several types of TV stands including corner units, entertainment centers, and console tables. Corner units are designed to fit into the corner of a room and are often used in smaller spaces. Entertainment centers are larger pieces of furniture that typically include storage for DVDs, CDs, games, and other media. Console tables are long, narrow tables that can be placed against a wall for your TV focal area versus behind a sofa.

Is it better to look up or down at a TV?

The center of the TV should be at eye level or lower. This allows you to sit up straight and not strain your neck. It also prevents glare and reflections on the screen.

Is a TV stand better than a wall mount?

If space is not an issue, a TV stand is always better with a wall mount or used to as the actual stand for your TV. While TV stands take up more space they offer a stable base and focal area for your TV. As mentioned above, you can also try a narrower console table if you’re lacking space.

Wall mounting can make it difficult to access the ports behind the TV and managing cables such as power or HDMI could require additional electrical and civil work. If you use a gaming console, setup box, or table-top streaming device, you’ll require either a table, stand or a cabinet to place it somewhere near the TV which negates the space-saving and aesthetic purpose of a wall mount.

How much space should you have between the TV and the TV stand?

Ideally, there should be at least 4 inches of space between the TV and the TV stand. This allows you to properly view the screen and also gives you enough room to access the ports and connections behind the TV.

How big should a TV stand be?

The size of the TV stand should be based on the size of the TV. A good rule of thumb is that the stand should be at least as wide as the TV and no more than 2 inches wider on each side. For example, if you have a 60-inch TV, the stand should be between 60 and 64 inches wide.

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