But it's the striking circular design that will get your attention as much as its practical mobility. The stand's black lacquered frame is supported by a chrome base, according to Trendir, providing a "fantastic way to soften the harsh, square corners" of the television set and accompany component boxes, which can be stored below. The only problem: We'd be afraid to turn on the TV for fear of getting some idiotic show that would ruin the whole effect.
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