Does Target Sell TV Stands?

Does Target Sell TV Stands?

Yes, Target sells TV Stands, Target carries a variety of colors, styles and designs of TV Stands

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About TV Stands

TV stands are a decorative and functional part of a room. They are found in living rooms, studies and bedrooms. Anywhere you might find a TV. 

Although mounting a TV has become more popular as flat screens become more common, lighter and easier to hang on the wall, a well designed TV stand can help to finish a room with beauty, design and functionality. 

How much do TV stand cost?

You can find TV stand for less than $50 or $100, however, they can increase in price fast depending on the manufacturer, material and style. It’s common for TV stands to cost hundreds of dollars. In our research we’ve found TV stands for thousands of dollars. TV stands at Target generally cost around $200-300, although Target does carry stands for much less and a little more. 

How do I choose the right TV stand?

Choosing a TV stand is an important consideration because it supports a often used item – a TV! Which also makes it a focus of any room it resides, such as your livingroom

It’s also important to know the size of your TV. How tall and wide is it? Below is a chart to give you some perspective.

TV SizeTV WidthTV Height
43″37.5″ or 95.3 cm21.1″ or 53.6 cm
50″43.6″ or 110.7 cm24.5″ or 62.2 cm
55″47.9″ or 121.7 cm27.0″ or 68.6 cm
60″52.3″ or 132.8 cm29.4″ or 74.7 cm

Another measurement worth considering is how far way should you be from your TV based on the size. This chart is based on 1080. You have a little more latitude with higher deffinition TV’s. 

TV Screen sizeView distance for a 1080p HDTV
50″6.3-10.4 feet
55″6.9-11.5 feet
60″7.5-12.5 feet
65″8.1-13.5 feet

You can find more information with this helpful calculator to help figure out the size to distance for your TV. (here)

About Target

A United States based department store. Their history shows a passion for innovation and creating great shopping experiences.

Founder George Draper Dayton

In 1881, a native New Yorker George D. Dayton decides to explore the Midwest markets. After several years in banking and real estate, Dayton decides on Minneapolis as the place which offers the strongest opportunity for growth. He eventually purchases land on Nicollet Avenue and creates the Dayton Dry Goods Company. Today the company is known as Target Corporation.

Dayton’s personal principles shape the new store, including his belief in the the higher ground of stewardship. His store is soon known for dependable merchandise, fair business practices and a generous spirit of giving. As President, he remains active in the store’s management until his death in 1938. His son and grandsons take over leadership and begin to grow the Dayton Company into a nationwide retailer.

The Birth of Target

On May 1, 1962, guests in the Twin Cities hear the news of Target’s first grand opening in Roseville, Minn. The concept is a new idea in discount stores, Target differentiates itself from other retail stores by combining many of the best department store features such as fashion, quality and service .  A store you can be proud to shop in, a store you can have confidence in, a store that is fun to shop and exciting to visit.” 

  • 1962 First Target opens in Roseville, Minn.
  • “Tar-zhay” This affectionate nickname was coined the year we opened our very first store.
  • 1993 Target team members begin to wear red and khaki.


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