The TV Stand from Convenience Concepts in Natural Wood is a media unit, storage area and accent piece all rolled into one. With classic charm, this timeless multitasking furniture boasts simple, clean lines and a natural wood grain finish. Four different size compartments offer plenty of space for storage, while the open design is ideal for display or keeping media items, like a game console or media box, totally accessible. Assembly hardware included.
Really awesome tv stand for the price! It was very easily put together. For us, we had no problems; not even from the cam nuts (like others mentioned in their reviews). The holes were fine, lined up great and we only had one cam nut fall out while removing the panels from the box. Overall very pleased with the look and sturdiness of this piece! Would definitely recommend, especially if you get it on sale!
I’m always hesitant to order something like this online but I’m so glad I did! Came day they said and it’s very well made. Pieces are about 1” think. Was able to easily put together myself. Only thing was it says natural online but it’s actually a white washed per box. Still works with my natural furniture. Great find
It looks great, and was exactly what we were after. I do need to address the assembly, however. To reference another review, the cam nuts were problematic. They would fall out prior to assembly; which wasn't a huge problem. But, I found that the holes for them weren't drilled too big, just too deep. This caused the issue mentioned in the other review where the panels would not meet up, and you couldn't tighten the cams, leaving gaps. I figured out that if you remove the panel, then use the supplied allen wrench to reach down the hole where the stud goes, you can push the cam out a little. Then, all the studs will seat fully, and you can tighten the cams. Other than that, I'd recommend having a second person around to help move it into the various positions needed for assembly as it is fairly heavy. Overall, though, I think it is a very good stand.
It's exactly what I wanted looks-wise, but this thing was a MESS to put together. Half of the cam nuts didn't work because the holes were drilled too big, so there are at least 3 of the joints that we just didn't tighten. There are now gaps between the pieces and we're just crossing our fingers it doesn't fall apart. Word of advice: the wood pieces come with the cam nuts in the holes. TAKE THEM OUT! It will make your life a lot easier because you can't really see when they're open. So we started to take the cam nuts out, put the pieces together, and then line the cam nuts up in the open position and drop them back in and tighten. I'm sad this was unsuccessful because it's a great looking TV stand.