Important considerations when choosing Sauder Regent Place TV Stand
Accommodates up to a 50" TV weighing 95 lbs. or less Two adjustable shelves hold audio/video equipment Adjustable shelf behind each framed, safety-tempered glass door Craftsman Oak finish Engineered wood construction
Is this what you need when you buy Sauder Regent Place TV Stand?
Freshen up the look of your living room or Entertainment space with this TV stand from the Sauder select collection. Grab some Popcorn and claim your spot on the couch – this handsome stand accommodates up to a 50″ Tv, making it perfect for all day movie marathons, binge watching your favourite show, or playing video games with your friends. Its two adjustable shelves have the ability to move to different heights to give you flexible options to create space for items of all different sizes. These spacious shelves are ideal for storing video and gaming equipment or displaying knick-knacks and picture frames. Behind each framed, safety-tempered glass door is an additional storage area that includes an adjustable shelf. With its rustic style and simple design, This TV stand is sure to add a touch of charm No matter where it Stands. Finished in craftsman oak, this handsome TV stand is just what your home needs.
Customer reviewsLooks nice, but a few things to make note of...
I wanted to review this TV console since I spent a couple of hours with it this week and since it looks really nice. Firstly, the laminate is beautiful. It is textured and appears like weathered barn wood without the slivers Although it was NOT recommended, I used an electric drill, especially for the eighteen brackets on the bottom. I would not recommend it for the plinths. Even though it did take time to put together, I really feel that the instructions are simple and all the hardware and holes are perfectly placed to make assembly easy. I m giving it four stars because the two side skirts on the bottom are very difficult to get in, if not impossible. I snapped one of mine on accident and decided to just live without them and it looks fine. The middle one goes in nicely. I would recommend placing the side skirts before screwing in the two outer plinths. That will make sense when you put it together. I would also recommend having help or placing the console on its side before putting in the doors. In retrospect, I wish I would have chosen a console by Sauder with non-glass doors just to keep stuff out of site. Nevertheless, the glass is really thick and beveled and I think my young kids will do fine with it.