Rustic TV stands for flat screens – The construction of an easel stand for a television and additional media components is an interesting and creative way to store your flat screen TV in an open method. Open storage as this demonstrates high quality equipment and helps smaller spaces appear more open. This work requires a high familiarity with the construction of furniture and an appreciation of the angles involved to create a solid base for television to rest against.
Ideas for make rustic TV stands for flat screens, set a 1-by-9 1/2-by-54-inch board down with its largest surface against the work surface. Position two of 42 inches of 2 by 4 boards at the top and parallel to it, with one end flush with the same end of the larger board, and one long side parallel to a different long side of the larger board.
Position a 3-inch high-strength hinge between the large board and each of the smaller boards, just at the end of the boards. Mark the location of the holes for the hinge fixing screws, lifting the boards if necessary to access the holes in the hinge. Drill holes in each mark, then attach the hinges to the joints with 1 1/2-inch wood screws. Support the top plates at their other end with the large board at the rear and the smaller tables at the front.