Enjoy attractive, mid-century modern design with this TV stand for TVs up to 60" and up to 75 lbs. The single sliding cabinet door can be positioned anywhere along the face of the stand - left, right or center - concealing a portion of the stand at any given time. The tapered legs and wood veneer Mahogany Cherry finish add mid-century charm. A smaller open shelf to the left and a large open shelf on the right provide storage for media components and gaming consoles. The side cabinet with an adjustable shelf offers ample storage space for media accessories. The integrated CMS® Cable Management System routes and hides unsightly cables and wires. This TV stand can also be used as a hall console or sofa table. All hardware is included and it assembles easily for simple set-up and quick enjoyment.
- Accommodates most flat screen TVs up to 60" and up to 75 lbs.
- Sliding door can be positioned on either side or center for hidden storage
- Large open shelving for easy access and storing gaming system, cable box and other AV components
- An integrated CMS® Cable Management System hides and manages unsightly wires and cables
- Easy-to-assemble, includes an owner's manual and easy-to-follow instructions
- Side cabinet includes adjustable wood shelving
- Versatile TV stand can also be used as an attractive hall console or sofa table
- Tip restraint hardware included to help prevent accidents and damage to the TV stand
- Assembly required - easy to follow instructions included
- Supports flat screen TVs up to 60" in size
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