We know the struggle: A TV can easily ruin the design of a room. The key to making it actually look good? Finding the right stand to give it a stage. Whether you choose to mount your TV above a console or place it on top, a stylish stand can make that black box actually feel like an intentional design element. To help you out, we combed Walmart for their best TV stands — these picks are all affordable and will make your living room look fabulous.
If you're going for a farmhouse vibe, then this stand, with doors inspired by sliding barn doors, will offer a touch of country to your living room or den. Added bonus: There's a cord management system in the back to keep things organized.
Perfect for smaller spaces, this simple stand adds a touch of midcentury flair. It fits TVs up to 37 inches and offers an ample mix of closed and open storage.
This is our favorite out of the bunch, with blonde wood and paneled drawers — a combo that feels just a bit retro with the slightest bohemian hint.
Here's a favorite from Walmart's Queer Eye collection, inspired by Netflix's Fab 5. The masculine vibe is perfect for creating a moody, relaxed atmosphere.
Accommodating TVs up to 50 inches, this two-door console is the ideal "in between" option — when you're furnishing a space that's not small and not large either.
If you're looking to bring a touch of farmhouse to a smaller space, this compact stand delivers an almost-antique vibe. We also love the glass doors — perfect for being able to view your DVD collection.
Go all-in on midcentury with this handsome storage unit that has two closed compartments and an open shelf, which is a design moment begging to happen.
If you're after a minimalist, streamlined look, this stand is exactly what you need. In the right setup, you can make this piece look completely Scandi-chic.
If you're working with a room with lower ceilings, or have a particularly large television, it can be helpful to mount your TV stand on a shorter piece, and this midcentury-inspired unit is here to help keep a lower profile. Plus, we love the handsome combo of dark wood and white paneling.
For more challenging spaces, it can sometimes be best to put your TV in a corner. This corner-friendly shelf is basic enough to suit any decor style; you can further customize the look with the varied finish options.
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