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Steel River TV Stand



  • Holds up to a 55" TV
  • Two drawers provide hidden storage
  • Decorative, non-rolling fixed casters

Quick Specs

  • Type: Cabinets / Consoles

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Accommodates up to a 55" TV weighing 70 lbs. or less for optimal viewing pleasure.
Two drawers feature metal runners and safety stops to keep you and your family safe.
Open shelving for storage and display of audio/video equipment or your favorite home dcor.
Textured, powder coated metal frame and corner accents.
Finished on all sides for versatile placement anywhere in your home.
Decorative, non-rolling fixed casters.
Carbon Oak finish.

W: 49 1/8" (124.8 cm)
D: 21 1/4" (54 cm)
H: 28 3/4" (73 cm)


  • Holds up to a 55" TV
  • Two drawers provide hidden storage
  • Decorative, non-rolling fixed casters

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