TVs have come a long way from the 1950s, but storage and display stands like the mid-century-inspired Baxton Studio Ashfield TV Stand haven’t needed much updating at all. This one preserves the era’s classic low-lying, artfully angled lines in a fresh, super-durable material. The warp-resistant engineered wood and solid rubberwood legs are finished in a sleek dark brown hue. At the center, two open shelves can hold gaming and DVR systems. On one side, two drawers catch remotes and guides, and on the other side, a door opens to internal storage space for additional units, game cartridges, music, and more. Wire management holes at the back manage cord clutter, and sleek silver powder-coated linear handles finish the front. Assembly is required, and a 30-day manufacturer’s warranty is included.
A note about wood composite or engineered wood: Often referred to as “MDF,” which stands for “medium density fiberboard,” this type of wood composite is made of compressed wood fibers and has several benefits, including affordability, consistency, and resistance to warping or rotting over time.