Industrial and rustic TV stand, Homedit article

I am doing a ton around here. Finishing up projects, sharing things. Today I am sharing a TV stand I created over at Homedit. This piece works with a few different styles. It is industrial and rustic, but could also fit in a country chic setting. Or even a modern setting because of the simplistic design of it. It was fun to create, and turned out beautifully. Go check out the how’s and why’s over at Homedit.

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  1. Clara R. says: Reply

    I absolutely love this, I have been needing to buy a new entertainment center but the cost of one is shocking. I see this only cost you $63. I can swing that kind of cost, just need to get the courage to build it.

    1. DO IT! DO IT! DO IT! I gave lots of steps and pictures for anyone to do it. You can even make it more simple by not creating a hole for the pipe to slide through and just connect the pipes to the wood.

  2. Emily how clever are you – this is great 🙂

    1. Thank you so much Amber, that is so nice of you to say!

  3. Very cool, Emily! Love how this turned out!

    1. Thank you Amy, I am pretty happy with it too. It turned out a little more contemporary than I was envisioning it. But, I think it will work.

  4. Amazing for the price. Very efficient with the extra storage space underneath. Having something that is solid shelved isn't always the best thing to do. It can just make the TV stand look a little cluttered. How study is the stand? Probably pretty good, if you have the legs going through the first layer of wood, and then drilled into the top layer. http://www.vandenbergfurniture.com/entertainment-centers.html

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