When TV Stands Became TV Furniture

When flat panel TV's were first introduced wall brackets and glass stands were the trend which were the must have accessory to go with your brand new 50" Sony Plasma television. Glass TV stands were the only option if you wanted to support your television on a surface which offered solutions like cable management. TV Stands have since developed and improved and have become much more sophisticated in terms of functionality and style.

BDI TV furniture comprises of luxury cabinets like the BDI Avion, BDI Marina and the BDI Meriden series rewrote the rule book with wood TV stands which offered adjustable shelving, hidden castors, intelligent darkened glass fronts and sophisticated cable management, other rivals such as Spectral introduced heavy duty cantilever TV stands which offer a raised solution giving a TV screen extra height and offering a similar aesthetic look to a wall mounted television. Recently Salamander TV furniture has entered the market, the ultra high quality solid wood cabinets present a fantastic alternative to a gloss black or clear glass TV stand with silver or black legs. TV furniture is now as wide ranging as coffee tables, desks or sideboards, with an ever growing list of manufacturers and products you no longer need to compromise.

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