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If you're not going to wall mount your TV, I'm willing to bet you're gonna set it up real proper like on a tabletop stand. And as tabletop stands go, there are tons of combinations of shelves, compartments, heights, and wood types to choose from.
If you really want to narrow it down in a cozy, unique way, why not get a fireplace stand? These hygge-inducing TV stands double as aesthetic champions and heaters. Here are the most popular ones on Amazon.
This is one of the cheapest fireplace TV stands on Amazon, but it's also by far one of the most popular, best selling options. This Chicago-style fireplace TV stand only supports TVs up to 50 inches, but that should be enough for most people. It also only heats rooms up to 400 sq. feet.
However, for what you're paying, it's definitely one of the best value fireplace TV stands on Amazon.
This fireplace TV stand doesn't have a ton of reviews, but at $249 ($100 off the starting price) it's one of the more affordable fireplace TV stands on Amazon, and all of the reviews it does have are glowingly positive.
Though it's allegedly difficult to assembly alone, so you should grab a friend if you can. It's worth noting that this stand claims to accommodate TVs "up to 58 inches," which means if you have a 60-inch (or bigger) TV, you may want to go for a bigger stand.
At $515, this fireplace TV stand is much more of an investment than the average TV stand, but it's also much more robust: it's a heater, too. This mahogany stand claims to heats up a 1000 sq. foot space, while providing a tabletop surface for TVs up to 46 inches wide.
Like the Home Accent stand, the Southern Enterprises stand doesn't have a ton of reviews yet, but all of the ones it does have are pretty positive. If you have a colder living or viewing room and want to exude an air of hygge, while also providing a richly hued particle board type surface for your TV, this seems like the one to go for.
Another cheaper option from Home Accent, this fireplace TV stand accommodates TVs up to 70 inches, meaning most people can throw their TV on this stand without a lot of trouble.
I like the espresso brown color, and the adjustable shelves seem useful. This one also doesn't have a ton of reviews, but is apparently simple to assemble, and the small 18x18 inch fireplace still provides a good amount of heat.
This is another very popular fireplace TV stand. The "barnwood" variety is available for $249—a good price as fireplace TV stands go—but you can also get it in black, brown, driftwood etc., which means it should be easy to match to most decors.
This one should accommodate most TVs up to 60 inches, and has side display shelves for storing things like DVDs or video games. Just keep in mind that some reviews have noted the material is a bit flimsy, so build it carefully and don't exceed the 250 lb. weight limit.
Prices are accurate at the time this article was published, but may change over time.