- Chelsea J Marshall
TV Stands That Stand Out
The Buckingham Entertainment Wall with Side Bookcases is shown in cherry
Also available in oak or brown maple
122”W x 21”D x 79 ½”H
See store for details
Our craftsmen build hundreds of styles of TV stands. Some are part of a collection with coordinated occasional tables, but many are basic styles, designed to let you mix-and-match to create your own unique look. Just like all our furniture, our built-to-order TV stands let you choose your wood, stain, hardware, and many more options!
The EconomyTV Stand is shown in oak and comes in three widths and two heights
40”/50”/60”W x 17”D x 25”/35”H
Also available with wood doors
Consider Your Needs
The Cranberry TV Stand is shown in quartersawn white oak
60”W x 18”D x 30”H
Available 45”/50”/55”/60”W x 18”D x 30”H
Butler Coffee Table 42”W x 22”D x 18”H
Butler End Table 22”W x 24”D x 24”H
Butler Mini End Table 13”W x 22”D x 24”H
Butler Hall Table 48”W x 16”D x 30”H
Before you can pick your TV stand, you need to know what size range you’re looking for. This will be determined by the size of your TV, as well as the size of the room. One of the most common questions our customers ask is, “”What size TV will this fit?” It’s important for you to know the actual dimensions of the TV you’ll be using. The size on the box refers to the diagonal length of the screen, and doesn’t directly relate to the size of the actual TV itself. The size of the TV may be affected by speakers, a control panel, or an exceptionally wide bezel, or frame. The point is, the advertised screen size will only tell you so much about the actual TV width, so make sure you know the size of your actual TV.
The Barn Floor TV Stand is shown in quartersawn white oak
As shown: 60”W x 18”D x 25”H
Available 50”/60”/70”W x 18”D x 25”/30”H
The width of your TV stand in relationship to the width of the TV is a matter of personal choice. Most people would not chose a stand that’s less wide than the TV itself.
The Heirwod Traditional TV Stand is shown in brown maple
31 ½”W x 18”D x 28 ½”H
Also available 37 ½”W
In general, you want your TV stand to be at least 6” wider than the TV, or wider if you are choosing to add any decorative accents on the stand.
The Modern Shaker TV Stand is shown in brown maple
As shown: 60”W x 18”D x 25”H
Available 40”/50”/60”W x 18”D x 25”H
What about the height? Generally speaking, we have high and low TV stands. The low TV stands are all around 24” high (give or take an inch or two) while the high TV stands are generally about a foot taller. Whether you’ll be hanging the TV on the wall, or placing it directly on top of a TV stand, a good general rule of thumb is to place the TV so that its middle is even with your line of sight. This will vary according to your height and the style of your seating but, generally speaking, it will be about 42” above the floor. Thus, for comfort’s sake, a big-screen TV should almost always be paired with a low TV stand.
The Jefferson Low TV Stand is shown in cherry
68”W x 21 ¼”D x 24”H
Jefferson Coffee Table 48”W x 24”D x 19”H
Jefferson End Table 22”W x 24”D x 24”H
Jefferson Sofa Table 48”W x 16”D x 28 ½”H
A smaller TV is likely best on a taller stand, especially if it won’t be hung on the wall. A taller TV stand will likely lend more storage, and it will look better in a more formal room.
The Woodbury TV Stand is shown in brown maple
50”W x 19”D x 29 ¼”H
Also available 45”/50”/55”W x 19”D x 29 ¼”H
Woodbury Coffee Table 42”W x 18”D x 18”H
Woodbury End Table 20”W x 24”D x 24”H
Woodbury Sofa Table 36”W x 18”D x 30”H
Of course, a TV isn’t a stand-alone item, and you’ll need to consider your various components when selecting the right stand. Even the simplest set-up will likely require a cable box, while other homes may have DVD players, VCRs, streaming-media boxes, video game consoles, speakers, and so on. Furthermore, you may have a collection of media, peripherals, and/or accessories to plan for, as well. Most things controlled with a remote will need to either be placed in an open space or behind glass, while concealed storage is often preferable for miscellaneous items. Our many styles offer various combinations of open shelves, drawers, and wood or glass doors & drop-fronts.
The Heirwood Mission TV Stand is shown in quartersawn white oak
41 ½”W x 18”D x 29 3/4 ”H
Also available 46 ½” or 51 ½”W
Corner TV Stands
There are several reasons why placing the TV in a corner may be preferable. Depending on the size & shape of your room, you may find it maximizes limited floor space, or perhaps it allows the TV to angle for a wider viewing range. No matter what your reason, it is never preferable to use a straight TV stand angled in a corner. You’ll end up with the TV stand sticking out too far into the room, with a lot of wasted “dead” space behind it.
The Garnet Hill TV Stand is shown in brown maple
46”W x 20”D x 30”H
Also available 56” or 65”W
Garnet Hill Coffee Table 42”W x 22”D x 18”H
Garnet Hill End Table 22”W x 24”D x 24”H
Garnet Hill Mini End Table 13”W x 24”D x 24”H
Garnet Hill Sofa Table 42”W x 18”D x 30”H
Corner TV stands are designed with many of the same options as our flat-wall TV stands. It’s still important to consider the size and needed storage.
The Bunker Hill Corner TV Stand is shown in quartersawn white oak
55”W x 20”D x 30H, 39 ½” wall space
When selecting a corner TV stand, it is important to understand how the dimensions are communicated. In addition to giving a width and a depth, we typically can also give a “wall space” dimension. This measures the length of space along the wall, coming out from the corner, that is needed to accommodate the TV stand. It is a much more reliable way of measuring than trying to measure 45° angles in the corner of your room.
Corner TV Stand dimensions
But what if you need a corner TV stand now and a flat wall stand later, or vice versa? Perhaps you rearrange your room seasonably, or maybe you’re considering a renovation. Flat wall and corner TV stands are designed for their specific uses. We do have one special collection, called the “Interchange” collection, which is designed to work on either a flat wall or in a corner. Because it’s made to be movable, it comes standard on casters.
The Traditional Cornwall TV Stand is shown in oak
55”W x 24”D x 31”H, wall space 38 ½”
Also available 48”W x 24”D x 31”H, wall space 34”
Also available in Modern Shaker style
Hutch Tops and Entertainment Walls
The Clark Entertainment Wall is shown in brown maple
Available 97”/102”/108”/114”W x 18 ¼”D x 83”H
TVs can present a design challenge. How do you place it in an optimal spot for viewing without making it the focal point of the room? An easy answer is to put it in a bigger piece of furniture. By framing the TV with decorative items, or hiding it inside a cabinet, the big black box becomes less imposing in your room.
The Bridgeport TV Stand with Hutch is shown in quartersawn white oak
71”W x 21”D x 77 ½”H
Bridgeport Coffee Table 48”W x 22”D x 19”H
Bridgeport End Table 22”W x 24”D x 24”H
Bridgeport Sofa Table 50”W x 18”D x 28 ½”H
A TV stand with a hutch top is a simple way to frame your TV without taking up a lot of extra space. Many come with an adjustable shelf for above the TV, allowing for extra personalization & giving the impression that the unit was custom built for your TV. We can also built similar units for corner spaces.
The Urban Shaker Corner Entertainment Center is shown in quartersawn white oak
45”W x 15 ¾”D x 71 ½”H, 45” wall space
Also available: 50”W x 15 ¾”D x 71 ½”H, wall space 48 ½”
55”W x 15 ¾”D x 71 ½”H, wall space 52”
Urban Shaker Coffee Table 36” x 36” x 18”H
Urban Shaker End Table 24”W x 22”D x 24”H
Our builders can also do a variety of full entertainment walls. Many of these collections offer a variety of widths & heights for the center & bookcases, meaning you can create a perfect entertainment wall for your home.
The Arlington Entertainment Wall is shown in brown maple
Sizes range from 97 ½”-124 ½”W x 20 ¼”D x 82 ½”H
See store for configurations & details
Arlington Coffee Table 42”W x 22”D x 18”H