Give your 65-inch TV a raise with Walker Edison’s Lawrence Stand at $209.50 (Reg. $300)

30% off $209.50

Amazon is offering the Walker Edison Lawrence Mid-Century TV Stand for $209.65 shipped. That’s $90 off the typical rate there and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $14. This light and bright TV stand boasts adjustable shelving that makes it a cinch to tailor it to your home theater’s needs. Two doors allow you to contain video game controllers and the like for a more clutter-free appearance overall. Cable management holes are already in place, ensuring you’ll be able to run power and display cords without having to break a sweat. Dimensions work out to 25 by 15.75 by 60 inches and the surface is able to support up to 150 pounds. Rated 4.4/5 stars.

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Walker Edison Lawrence Mid-Century TV Stand features:

  • Dimensions: 25” H x 15.75” D x 60” L
  • Drawer dimensions: 5” H x 12.25” D x 18.75” W
  • Top surface supports up to 150 Ibs. and TVs up to 60”
  • 2 adjustable shelves support up to 30 Ibs. each
  • Cord management port keeps cables tidy

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