Wood remains to be the hottest pick among décor lovers and interior designers alike, especially when it comes to TV cabinet units. Wooden finishing confers a textural and visual contrast to the TV stand, blending well with the existing colour scheme of the modern living spaces. Also, wood being a tough material can stand the test of time, proving durability. Irrespective of whether you are a binge watcher or a movie aficionado, chances are high that you might need a functional TV cabinet or entertainment unit in your home. Read our buying guide to explore different types of wooden entertainment units.
Why wooden TV Cabinets?
Modern industry and technology has undoubtedly contributed alternatives on furniture, but wooden cabinets and stands always make reliable choices for customers. The reason being people love to have indoor furniture made of quality wood – it is after all an altogether different feel. Unlike glass or metal TV cabinets, wood has elegant, rugged patterns and lines. They are naturally so rugged in their appearance – which shows why the wood/veneer finishing on TV cabinets is made to accentuate the natural beauty. Durable, wooden furniture does not need a replacement many years after its purchase. Another upside is wood’s texture, making buyers feel credible of owning it. The newest range of TV cabinets have melamine outer coating like that of the Alaska Wooden TV Stand In Dark Oak. Being an acid catalyst, melamine provides tough and hard covering on wooden surfaces. Wooden TV cabinets/entertainment units have another benefit as well – which is to do with their cleaning and maintenance. These are easy to clean; all you need is to wipe with a damp cloth. For tougher stains, you might need a cleaning solution, but the process isn’t messy. Wooden furniture remains fine all seasons. Moreover, the antique look of the wooden cabinet confers a laidback ambience, without the sophistication. Wood is also not damaging to the surrounding unlike plastic and metal.
Types of Finishes
Being a mighty tree, oak plays a big role in our yard, offering shade and blocking the scorching sun. The wood has a visible grain pattern, which brings out the beauty in it. After staining the grain pattern becomes more obvious. Even without staining the wood has a subtle, graceful appearance. TV cabinets with oak wood finishes can blend nicely with both contemporary and conventional rooms settings. Oak furniture is dense and lasts many years. This means buyers can rely on oak wooden cabinets. Being slightly water resistant, oak cabinets is resistant to fading and cracking. Buy this matte cream finish Adele TV Cabinet in Oak
People are acquainted well with deterrent properties of cedar wood in fighting insects, moths and outdoor agents. Cedar gives of a sweet scent, and has the dexterity to stand strong, making it a reliable choice for TV stands. Durability and sturdiness are some of the benefits of cedar wood furniture. Valued since ancient times for their strength, cedar has tiny air pockets within the grain of the wood, which protect the wooden body from sharp changes in the temperature.
Known to grow upto a big size quickly, acacia tree has a sweet aroma to it. The wood can be polished while making TV cabinets. Depending on the finishing conferred, the acacia furniture can look dark or light. Wood grain patterns are a remarkable feature! Buy Alexis Wooden Rectangular TV Stand in Dark Acacia Wood
One of the most popular types of wooden finishes, walnut confers a sophisticated and traditional appearance. Easy to maintain and extremely durable, walnut wood-made TV cabinet is a great choice for different indoor décor settings. Walnut is tough as it is a hardwood, which ensures longevity. If taken care of properly, walnut furniture lasts several years. Walnut wood has characteristically straight grain, which helps retain the neat look of the wood. Walnut furniture can lighten and age with exposure to the sun rays, but staining can bring back the former, rich colour. The Alison Wooden Large TV Stand in Walnut will be a great addition to your living space.
If you ask any woodworker, they would accept the fact that pine is easier to work with. With natural gain pattern, pine wood gets an aesthetic appeal. This type of wood resists both rotting and decay. Buy the Becky Wooden TV Stand in White Pine here.
Functional wooden TV cabinets go beyond the conventional lines of design rules, forming the soul of a modern room setting. Times have gone when media units used to be mere boxes or shelves, just for holding TV and other accessories. A TV unit not only offers space to the television and gadgets, but also is an indispensable décor component that is functional and expansive.