Give your home theater a new look and save space with the Megalak Finition Tuxedo 58-inch TV Console with Back Panel and 60-inch Slim Bookcases in Black. This collection features a slender shape that's big in personality. All pieces feature tapered legs and a traditional style to create charm. The tuxedo-black finish and polished metal hardware add presence and sheen. Though smaller in size, this three-piece set is loaded with space to store electronic components and display favorite pieces.
Included is the 58-inch wide TV console with plenty of room for your flat screen TV. It features dual glass doors with polished metal handles and adjustable shelving as well as two open storage areas for components and wire management to keep it all tidy. A back panel fits behind the TV and lends a customized look. You also get the two slender bookcases that go on either side of the TV stand. Sleek and handy, each of these bookcases has five open cubby spaces with three adjustable shelves -- perfect for displaying decorative items or storing CDs and DVDs.
Nexera, whose name is a combination of the words next era, is a Canadian manufacturer of affordable ready-to-assemble furniture known for its innovative, cosmopolitan style. At their factory in Laval, Canada, Nexera employees utilize state-of-the-art equipment to manufacture their modern furniture collections, including bedroom collections, entertainment furniture, office furniture, and utility furniture.
From start to finish, Nexera upholds high standards of care for the environment when making their furniture. All raw material (particle board) originates from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified forests only, and energy used comes from renewable sources only, such as hydro-electricity and windmill power. Nexera meets the CARB (California Air Resources Board) requirements for clean air, and it recycles over 92% of its factory waste. Nexera products are packaged with 100% recycled fibers. Because of the materials they are constructed with, Nexera products are also able to be recycled at the end of their life cycle, which reduces landfill waste.