This unique TV stand features a serpentine-shaped, hand-painted front frame in a beautiful dark cherry wood-look finish and a black scratch-resistant powdercoat metal frame that accommodates up to 4 A/V components.
From our expanded online assortment; not available in all Best Buy stores
Holds flat-panel LCD or plasma TVs
Supports TVs up to 52" or 125 lbs.
Serpentine-shaped, hand-painted front frame
Features a dark cherry wood-look finish for a stylish appearance.
Scratch-resistant powercoat metal frame
Features a black finish for a classic look.
2 gray-tinted, tempered safety glass shelves
Feature beautiful, scalloped edges and provide ample space for your A/V components.
Accommodates up to 4 A/V components
For easy organization of your home entertainment system.
Provides flow-through ventilation to keep your A/V components cool.
CMS Cable Management System
Organizes and hides wires and interconnect cables.
For manufacturer's parts or assembly information, please contact Bell'O toll-free at 1-888-235-7646.
It is difficult to find a stand that will hold a large, flat screen T.V., that fits into a corner space. This fits the bill. Our T.V. is a 65" curved, and it extends beyond the table surface on each side. But, the weight is well under the limit set by the manufacturer, and it looks very nice. The equipment fits on the shelves underneath, and looks great!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Beautiful tv stand, but size is not accurate
I love the tv stand. It looks great in the room. It is for up to a 52" tv, however, not it the tv has legs on the ends. It would work great for tvs that have center stands. The back legs on my 50" tv are touching the edges of the shelf, but I am keeping it anyway because it looks great.
A:AnswerI have one and measured the rear...the width of the glass in the rear is 32 in. The middle of the stand width measures approx 40 in. and the very front widest is 47 in. So the stand width tapers off fairly drastically from front to rear...someone else stated that in their review...its best to get a TV that has a foot print of 40in or less so the you can be certain the feet will fit on top of the stand