Insert an industrial accent console into your home with this 48” corner TV stand. It has mesh metal cabinet doors and powder coated metal legs that add an urban edge to this sturdy and affordable entertainment cabinet. Behind the two-doors are adjustable shelves while the shelves on either side of the unit are fixed. Designed to fit in the corners of you room, this media console also comes with a wall anchor hardware for extra stability. This entertainment stand accommodates TVs up to 55-inches.
Victoria Vitale –
Great furniture with inaccurate description – not suitable for 55 inch TVs, only 50 inch at maxVery good product. Easy to assemble even with just one person – it took me about 3 hours to assemble by myself and I’m pretty slow. The steps are never hard, it just takes a while because there’s a lot of screwing with both a Philips screwdriver and a (provided) hex wrench. The end result is stylish, very sturdy, and the soft-close adjustable hinges on the doors are a nice touch. Some reviews complain about them giving you stickers to cover up “holes”, but those are optional to cover up the cam locks used to tighten everything – I didn’t even bother applying the stickers because the cam locks aren’t even visible unless you’re keen on looking closely into undersides and shady corners on the regular.However, like other reviewers have said, this stand is not suitable for a 55 inch TV, only for at most a 50 inch. One of the manufactured wood panels that came with mine even had a sticker on it that said it’s only large enough for 50 inch TVs, not the 55 inches claimed by the description. My TV hasn’t arrived yet so I can’t show a real-life picture, but I went into an image editor and calculated based off the dimensions of the product, particularly the 48 inches wide from tip to tip. Based on my measurements, I determined that the TV used by the display model in the pictures has a 39 inch screen diagonal and is 35.5 inches wide with bezel. I’ve attached pictures of (1) my measurements, (2) what a 43 inch screen (not including bezel) would look like, and (3) what a 50 inch screen (not including bezel) would look like. I hope these help someone!Rated only 4 stars for the false advertising in the title. Everything else about this is excellent.
Emily Carrere –
Looks great!I love the rustic appearance and that it fits into a corner. It was a bit confusing to put together and two people make this much easier. There is lots of storage and the open shelf is great for a cable box. We like the height of this stand but it is taller than most out there.
great corner TV standArrived on time and as described. Went together easily. Glad we bought it.
Kindle Customer –
Clear instructions and great end product!This product has clear instructions and looks as beautiful as it does in pictures. We love it!
Phoebe Martin –
Inaccurate description – not suitable for 55″ TVsWhile this is a beautiful unit and I wish it would work, the website states it is suitable for TVs up to 55″. I do not recommend using this unit for a 55″ TV. I think up to 48″ would be fine, but due to the design of the item a 55″ TV could easily fall off this stand. The triangle shaped ends are much more sharp then they are presented online and the area for TV legs on the end is very small. I would only recommend this TV stand if your TV has a center stand and not legs on the end of your TV. They need to be more clear about the way TVs with center vs. end legs will look on this stand. I wish this was available with a slanted back to slide into the corner but a straight front to better support TVs with legs on the end. I had to return the item because even though the measurements online said it worked – in reality it BARELY works and it is not worth risking your $1000+ TV fall off this stand because the leg placement does not work with the top design.
Great Height and Style…Everything Else Falls ShortIt is very difficult finding a corner TV stand of any decent height. Most stand are so low, they might as well be on the floor. We were making due with our old stand by placing a shoe rack on top of the TV stand. Not exactly a sleek look. I was excited to find a stand that met our height needs. Once I opened the box, the excitement ended.Difficult to assemble- I am accustomed to assembling furniture on my own. On the plus side, the pieces were well labeled, and it is fairly clear which side is the front and which is the back. However, it it difficult to assemble, even with an extra set of hands. You have to make some attachments with blind holes at an awkward angle. Still, I was able to assemble with the aid of my little helper (5 year old) in about 2 hrs.Not Sturdy – Not that I expect solid wood at the price point, I do expect the piece to support the weight of the TV, and to move across flooring with no issue. While there are long screws at attach the legs to the base of the stand, it looked as if the legs wanted to buckle under the weight of the stand, before I even put the TV on it. I had to reinforce the legs to feel comfortable enough to put the TV on the stand.Stylish – The one perk is that this stand is not bulky and has a modernized look. It looks great in the corner and has enough room for the sound bar, cable receiver, cable box and router.Overall – I have to give this Two Stars. I *want* to like it, but it is not very sturdy. I think at $284, you should be able to expect better quality. I wouldn’t recommend it for someone who isn’t handy or can’t make a repair on the fly…as you might end up needing to do.
Jessica Bell –
Smooth assembly and really cuteAssembly took about 2 hours. Directions were straightforward, pre-drilled holes were flawless, and I was able to do it by myself (I’m a 5’4”, 155lbs female). Only struggle was carrying it inside (weighs about 150lbs). Just gotta make sure you’re detail attentive when putting together some parts. Take your time.For reference, the TV is 50” and anything bigger wouldn’t fit. The height, with the TV, is about 5 feet tall.The built in shelves allow for some extra decoration. Rock solid and no wobbles. For the price? Yes please.
Metal legs bendThis is a nice, lowered cost tv stand. However, 3 of the metal legs sent with the package were incorrect. Due to the different angles on the stand, specific legs are needed for each angle. We were sent 3 legs that were incorrect & 2 extra legs for a different angle.Maybe quality control needs to be stepped up.Also, after we finally got the stand assembled (we had to our ingenuity to complete it), when putting it in place in the room, one leg bent!Beware of these problems.
Brandon Morphew –
Decent desk, legs are thin and weak, sellers nonresponsivrDesk is cute, easy to put together for the most part. The legs are super thin and weak, one broke almost instantly after getting flipped upright when installed. Tried emailing sellers to ask for replacement, it’s been a couple weeks and still no response.
Ashley Anderson –
Bendy Legs and Odd InstructionsThis corner stand is visually appealing and was fairly easy to assemble. The instructions were a little off. They want you to jump back and forth between pieces like little screws or dowels. It’d be more efficient to attach all accessories to each board all at one go rather than attaching individual accessories to every board before repeating with the next screw/dowel/cam. The metal legs aren’t very strong and easily bend. You do not want to bump the stand at all, once it’s built and standing. Whatever direction you bump the stand the legs bend. They bend back fairly easily, but I’m glad it’s in a corner so walls will give it more stability.