Party Junk 202 – cool DIY TV stands

Come be blown away by these creative TV stand fixes! Features galore with a themed link party via Funky Junk Interiors

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Aren’t you glad that the days of buying a prebuilt standard schmandard TV stand are long gone? What?! You haven’t gone that route yet? Then this is the post for you! Here’s a fabulous collection of cool DIY TV stands anyone can make.

TV console dresser by Miss Mustard Seed, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Dresser turned TV stand – Miss Mustard Seed

What TV?! I love how a beautiful piece of furniture along with an outstanding wall feature visually diminish the focus on that big black box.

Modern rustic TV stand with reclaimed wood, by Home Made, featured on Funky Junk Interiors 

Modern rustic livingroom makeover – Home Made

You can customize a standard stand you already have, by adding reclaimed wood! Loving the clean, modern lines with added warmth.

Stacked pallet TV stand with basket storage, by Too Much Time on my Hands, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Pallet dresser with basket storage – Too Much Time on my Hands

This TV stand version of a stacked pallet dresser with basket storage is gorgeous! I’m tempted to redo my own in this style.

Pallet TV stand with junk showcase and crate storage, by Funky Junk Interiors

Pallet TV stand with junk showcase and crate storage, by Funky Junk Interiors

Pallet turned tv stand with showcase – Funky Junk Interiors

With the fluke of a ridge around this pallet, a junk showcase under glass was possible with this funky TV stand. Real deal crates on felt sliders store the gaming and movie components.

16 Gorgeous Console Table Ideas, from Hometalk, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

16 gorgeous console table ideas – Hometalk

Not enough? I agree! So here’s a fabulous collection of TV console ideas in a special, easy to view clipboard right on Hometalk!

Got a great TV stand idea?

Link it up in this weekend’s third themed linkup!

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21 thoughts on “Party Junk 202 – cool DIY TV stands

  1. Hi Donna, totally wreaked my comment section of my blog, old comments are all there to see but the place to click to write a comment is gone. I was messing with ‘after the jump’ and pasting code into the template section for making bold/large and next thing I noticed that Comment was gone. It looks ok in the Layout section but does not show anymore. Anyway, thanks for listening. I typed my email address at the end of my post and I will continue to do that but it sure does make things not as much fun. Yup, didn’t back up my blog properly either.

    Thanks for hosting Donna. This week is my thrifted finds of the month post, I thought you might like the ‘rulers’. I love checking back to your staircase.


  2. Hi Donna,

    Thanks for letting me linkup a finished area in my Garden House. I’ve been working hard to get things done in this building lately.

    I hope you have a fun and safe holiday weekend!


  3. Thank you for hosting. I click through your site and am continually amazed at what all you create. Thank you for sharing.

    Shannon @

  4. Hello Donna,
    I finally made it back to share a little post that you might like. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend with your son!

  5. How timely! I’m working on a dresser this weekend that we’ll be using for a tv stand. Haven’t quite figured out all the details yet, so I look forward to seeing lots of inspiration here. Thanks for hosting, and have an awesome weekend. 🙂

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