Mid-century-inspired Manchester Media Stand

Sleek, strong and functional – these are the words to best describe this beautiful piece of furniture. The Manchester Media Stand features a beautiful and elegant mid-century-inspired design with a unique look. It’s also a versatile piece that can be used as a side table in just about any room or it can simply be used as an extra storage space. It can be included in the living room, maybe as a place to display beautiful decoration, in the bedroom, as a place to store some books maybe or even in the office where it can be used for so many purposes.

The Manchester Media Stand has a very simple and sleek design. It features 2 round-cornered shelves, perfect for holding laptops, accessories, books and many other items. It also has tapered legs. The overall dimensions of the Manchester Media Stand are 18.25″w, 13.75″d, 25″h. It’s crafted from wood and metal and has a sleek and elegant design.

Because of its shape, the unit will require simple assembly upon delivery. It’s an easy and simple process. You can purchase the Manchester Media Stand for the price of $89.00. The great thing about it is that it has a versatile design. This allows it to also be sued as a bedside table. It’s perfect for any room of the house and it features an authentic and stylish look.

Published by in Furniture, on February 10th, 2012


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