Over the last few years, the cost of high definition televisions has dropped dramatically, making them more appealing and affordable to everyone. One of the discussions/fallouts that most couples have when selecting their new flat screen TV, apart from the size issue, will be where to place it once they get it home. Some will prefer it hanging on the living room or bedroom wall, while others believe that having it rest on a television stand is the more appealing look.
It used to be, that when we thought of tv stands, we conjured up images of large, solid, stiff clumps of varnished wood that unsightly dominated the corner of your living room. Thankfully, in recent times, designers and manufactures have transformed the look of the humble tv stand creating stunning design pieces made from both modern and traditional materials. In many homes in Britain the television is still the centre piece or vocal point of a room so it is fitting that the furniture which supports it should also have that contemporary, designer feel to it as well.