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Storage and organization possibilities abound with the Marion TV stand. The modern and contemporary inspired design of this television stand are clear to see in the use of contrasting colors and angled, tapered legs. The Marion's engineered wood outer frame is finished in white, while the shelf spaces, doors, and legs are finished in a warm brown. The TV stand features ten shelf spaces, four of which are tucked behind cabinet doors. The back panel of the Marion has circular cut-outs for wire management, making it easy to store and organize your gaming consoles and media players. The arrangement of the shelf spaces opens up the possibilities of storage and decor arrangements, from storing vinyl records to displaying curios. Add trendy, cool vibes to your livingroom or rec room with the Marion. Made in Malaysia, the Marion requires assembly.

  • Assembly Required
  • Dimensions: 26 High x 71 Wide x 16 Deep
  • Modern and contemporary TV stand
  • White and brown two tone finishing
  • Ten shelf spaces
  • Open back panels and circular cut outs for cord management
  • Angled, tapered legs
  • Made in Malaysia
  • We are here to help! Please call 1-800-BUY-MACY for additional product information
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    Vanessa
    Sep 07, 2021
    Looks Good, Easy to Assemble

    This piece looks great under my mounted TV. It's a bit heavy, but once you get it unpacked, it's very manageable for one person. Assembling it was pretty easy. My only complaint is that the left side panel doesn't have the white border around it. I turned it every which way and thought maybe it belonged on the other side, but the right side panel had the white border all the way around it. I'm just going to get some white paint and paint over the exposed particle board. I like this piece so much that I'll make it work.