Reclaimed Wood TV Stand Ideas
TV sets are an integral part of our life. We will leave you to draw the conclusion whether this is good or not. However, where there’s a TV, bigger and bigger these days, there’s also a stand, unless the device is suspended on the wall. This article challenges you to an imagination and creativity exercise so that you won’t pay for furniture items you can make home yourselves, with a little patience and skills. And because that also calls for a little inspiration, here are several ideas of reclaimed wood TV stands.
Since wood is easy to find, with the old pallets also an option within reach, you just have to make up your mind about the design and the size of the stand. What could be simpler than fitting some wood boards and then varnished for a final rustic looking product, perfect for any room. If you add some rural flavored rugs and accessories, then the stand integrates harmoniously while also offering extra storage space.
For those willing to play with the saw, the hammer and the nails, a stand with old crates turned drawers is a choice which matches the ambition. The piece looks ingenious and adds extra personality to the room.
The design is always your choice. You can go for upper drawers and open storage spaces below for large objects. Color can also differ, but always choose that nice and original looking rustic/vintage air.
A room in a farm house, as the walls speak for themselves. The TV stand, the mobile side table and the flower pot in the corner, they’re all home made and draws the beholder’s entire attention.
If you’re also good at crafting iron, then combine the old wood and metal for a fine looking furniture item which can also be moved around.
The stand in the image below, put up for sale for about 1,200 USD, was made from reclaimed wood boards from an old fishing boat. The blue in the chromatic ensemble betrays its origin while the space inside was left untouched to highlight the vintage air.
Below you can see some other models of reclaimed wood TV stands.
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