What to know before you buy Leick Riley Holliday Corner TV Stand
Space saving corner design holds TV's up to 45" with a sturdy 240lb. weight-bearing capacity Constructed of durable solid hardwoods and oak wood veneers Hand applied Burnished Oak finish with light distressing 1 adjustable component shelf behind remote friendly tempered glass door Perforated back for wire management Simple unfolding assembly takes minutes. You expand the hinged cabinets, install the bottom panels, insert the back panels, and fasten the cabinet top. Then you just install the shelves and attach the door pull, and you're done Dimensions: 46" W x 20" D x 25" H, Component opening size: 18" W x 17-3/8" H
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The Leick Oak 46 ” Corner TV Stand will turn any unused corner into a home theater. It is crafted from durable hardwood solids and oak wood veneers in a stunning, hand applied burnished oak finish. The has light distressing that enhances the natural wood grain and adds character to the TV Stand . It offers plenty of storage for your TV, components, and media. You can find an adjustable component shelf behind a tempered glass door and wire grommets in the back for easy cable management. Simple unfolding assembly takes minutes. You expand the hinged cabinets, install the bottom panels, insert the back panels, and fasten the cabinet top. Then you just install the shelves and attach the door pull, and you're done.
Customer reviewsWell designed, built quality solid wood , finished, and packaged warning - cardboard packaging is full of irritating fibers
I am very happy with this TV stand. Solidly built of quality, solid wood. Ingeniously designed: the main carcass is pre-assembled with hinges, so it unpacks flat, front sides fold out, center compartment accordions out, the two shelves go in to hold the compartment square, and the top screws on from beneath -- done. The stain is a nice medium-dark brown not the light brown in the photo and the finish is also very good without flaws. There is a 6"x 6" cutout of the front-upper left inside wall and a vertical hole in rear wall for power cables to be routed. The areas behind the fold-out face frames are open, allowing for cable routing, placement of surge suppressors, voltage regulators keeping them away away from hi-def cables and components , etc. The glass of the solidly hinged door with clasp does not interfere with remotes. The unit is heavy enough that it sits securely on carpet -- no movement if nudged or bumped. The item was very well/securely packaged -- no damage in shipping at all. My only complaint, the cardboard packaging is reinforced with zillions of tiny, shiny fibers not asbestos -- I had it tested by a highly accredited lab . These fibers easily dust off in large amounts. The stand was covered with it. For more than a week after unpacking the item, I experienced sore inflamed eyes, sinus headache, itchy rash on exposed skin, and mild cough with slight lung discharge. How much of the fiber became airborne and was circulated by my central heating Unfortunately, I didn't discover these fibers until I took the box outside to break it down for disposal and saw the zillions of tiny fibers shining brightly in the late afternoon sun. These fibers easily flake off from the cardboard. I recommend not bringing the box inside. Unpackage outside: wear long pants, long-sleeved shirt tucked in, and dust mask, remove each piece of the stand to 4 mil. plastic sheeting and wipe with warm water with a small drizzle of dish detergent and a well wrung out sponge. As you wipe each piece, take it inside and place on another piece of plastic to be wiped again with just warm water. If package must be brought in, move slowly to keep dust from getting airborne and slowly place box on large piece of 4 mil. plastic. Unpackage slowly and carefully, if possible with central air off until finished. Slowly place packaging back into box and slowly take outside. Remove clothing and shoes laundered clothes separately , then slowly pick up plastic sheet and carry outside. Vacuum floor area well. Check with recycler if fiber I'm guessing fiberglass reinforced cardboard is accepted.