Model # TV-31

Internet #205683364

International Concepts Unfinished Entertainment Center

International Concepts

Unfinished Entertainment Center

$18000 /each
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Product Overview

This large Mission style TV stand has plenty of room to hold all your media needs. Constructed from sustainably sourced hardwood to be sturdy and solid and stand the test of time. Unfinished and ready for you to personalize to suit your needs.

  • Inside dimension of drawer: 19.21 in. W x 10.86 in. D x 4.72 in. H
  • Distance from floor to bottom of drawer: 4.10 in. H
  • Dimensions of shelf: 21.78 in. W x 12.8 in. D
  • Distance from top shelf to apron: 7.24 in.
  • 2 adjustable shelves
  • Full Metal Extension Glides



Assembly Required
Color/Finish Family
Unfinished Wood
Number of Shelves
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Will send replacement hardware if missing, otherwise defective product must be returned within two weeks of reciept.

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Customer Questions & Answers


Is this delivered in one box or more than one? If one box, what are the box dimensions (trying to figure out if I can pick it up at the store and fit it into my car).
Asked by: KinNC
Depends on the size of the car. The box dimensions are 9 x 19 x 5.
Answered by: visitor
Date published: 2016-12-13
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Customer Reviews

Unfinished Entertainment Center is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to assemble and the style fits any decor.... Easy to assemble and the style fits any decor.
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Kind of hard to assemble because the directions are not clear. Some guessing required. Kind of hard to assemble because the directions are not clear. Some guessing required.
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the fact the we could stain it the color we wanted. Sturdy, easy to assemble. Love the fact the we could stain it the color we wanted. Sturdy, easy to assemble.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great piece, a few minor flaws and some assembly advice I just finished putting this together last night, it took me just a little over an hour but would have taken less time had I not run into a few issues with the assembly, which I'll detail below. Those issues are what kept this from getting a five-star rating, but weren't bad enough for it to get a less-than-four star rating. If you decide to buy this, please read on as I have some assembly tips that will help make this easier for you than it was for me. First, this is a really well-crafted solid wood TV stand - all the pieces are good quality, the only pieces that are not solid wood are the drawer bottoms and a back panel that goes behind the two drawers.....those seem to be a sort of pressboard, thin but sturdy enough for the job and I have no problems with those pieces. The rest are good quality and well sanded, with a nice grain that will look great once I've stained and sealed it. I'm very impressed with the quality-to-price ratio - this is a very good value (and I spent a lot of time online trying to find something that was good quality but still affordable). However, I ran into several minor issues during assembly - one fairly major and a few minor challenges. First the minor issues: The assembly instructions are, for the most part, clearly written and easy to follow. Some of the parts have a little 'pre-assembly' done, which is nice - the bottom of the topmost piece has a 'frame' attached, to which the vertical pieces are bolted, and some of the vertical pieces have the drawer sliders already attached, again that's nice not having to do that bit. BUT the diagrams are only so-so and not specific in a couple of instances: a) The drawers have nice sliders, but naturally they only extend in one direction, so you have to pay very close attention to the pieces that have the slider parts already on them, to be sure you line everything up so the drawers open the way they should. Those parts aren't labeled with anything like "front" and "back" and the diagrams aren't clear enough - it isn't hard to get it right if you're paying attention, and spend a little time playing with the sliders to figure it out. b) The allen wrench included is too long and not shaped correctly to be able to continuously spin the bolts into place - on each turn you can only go about 330 degrees, meaning on each turn you have to remove the allen wrench, reinsert it at the beginning of your turn, and make one less-than-full turn. This means assembly is more time-consuming than it should be, so you just need to be patient. c) The instructions have you assembling the unit upside down, resting on it's topside - works great for most of it BUT at Step 3 one piece (part H - bottom frame) is then being bolted upside down (with the bolts going upwards, not downwards) - this is nearly impossible because of issue (b) - one turn isn't enough for the bolt to 'bite' into it's corresponding hole, but you can't make more than one turn, so the bolts kept falling out......gah! To fix this I had to disassemble the part below from Step 2 (part G - vertical frame), then bolt the bottom frame to this part G, then go back to bolt part G to the rest of it that I'd already assembled. A minor back-step, but only took a few extra minutes to figure this out. d) All of the horizontal pieces have little 'nubs' that fit into corresponding holes in the vertical pieces - these are just to align all the parts so that they're lined up correctly for the bolts and screws - however on one part (and it figures it was the last vertical part - one of the two side pieces - after I'd assembled all of the rest of it) the little nubs and holes did NOT line up correctly. They weren't off by much, just under a quarter-inch, but enough that the nubs would not go into the holes no matter how much I pushed and pulled on the parts - I measured the distances from both sides and it was definitely a manufacturing error - the holes weren't drilled in the right place to line up with the nubs. You may not have this problem BUT here's a TIP: put all the pieces together (except the drawers) to be sure they all line up! If they don't here's what I did to fix this - the frame to which the side pieces get bolted (which is the underside of the unit's top) is attached with screws - so I took a cordless screwdriver and backed out the three screws in the corner that didn't line up. This let me lift that corner of the frame a bit to line up the nubs and holes, then once the side was flush to the frame I bolted on the side, then tightened back up the screws attaching the frame to the top. Worked great, everything lines up nicely, and the whole unit is very stable. Now the major issue: The shelf brackets......this is VERY odd and definitely a design flaw, but the unit comes with little brackets to hold up the shelves, the brackets go into pre-drilled holes so you can decide at what level you want the shelves - HOWEVER the center piece between the two shelves is not thick/wide enough to have two brackets occupying the same level of holes - when you put the second bracket on the opposite side of the first, it pushes the first one out. This means that your shelves cannot be at the same level (I'm attaching a photo to show you what I mean). If you're a very experienced handy-man or DIY'er you might be able to jury-rig something to hold the shelves in place at the same level - I'm not so I get to live with it as is. Also, the instructions say to screw the shelves to the brackets (on the underneath side) once you have them in place, but if you do this then you can never move the shelves unless you disassemble the entire thing.....which makes the shelves not so adjustable. Fine if you think you'll never want to adjust the height of the shelves. By offsetting the height of my shelves and leaving out those screws, it works fine for me, but I'm not particularly happy that my shelves aren't at the same height. It's workable, but this is what keeps it from getting a better rating. If my shelves could be at the same height, I'd give this five stars. :-( Overall I'm still happy with the purchase and I do think it's a great piece of furniture and good value for the money.
Date published: 2016-08-01
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