My Target TV Stand Is an Affordable Take on the Luxe Home Trend

POPSUGAR Photography | Marisa Petrarca
POPSUGAR Photography | Marisa Petrarca
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It's been over six months since I moved into my one-bedroom apartment, and I'm still in the process of furnishing it. (My lease will be up by the time it's done, at this rate.) My design strategy has been to focus on one room at a time and to take my time investing in furniture I actually love — a method (though slow) that's been working for me. Case in point: I've fallen in love with the light and airy feel of my newly completed bedroom — featuring the natural wood accent bench of my dreams, among other A-plus finds — and now, I've made it a goal to replicate the vibe in my living room. By happenstance, I came across the Threshold x Studio McGee Springville Caned-Door TV Stand ($330) while perusing Target's website and knew it was fated to be mine. Ahead, I break down everything you need to know about the popular TV stand and why others are obsessed, too.

What I Love About Target's Threshold Springville Caned-Door TV Stand

What I love most about this TV stand is how chic it looks. It elevated my space without a wildly high price tag — and that's always a win in my book. After all, as a tried-and-true fan of cane furniture, I've spent plenty of time researching different pieces, and the large majority of pieces — whether a TV stand, a bed frame, or even some lounge chairs — cost well over $1,000.

Not only is it visually appealing with its textural contrast, but it's also practical. I purchased the 60-inch version, and there's plenty of room to display decor on the rectangular top, plus a spacious interior. The cane doors open up to shelves on both sides, which has been so helpful in finding more room for books, magazines, and other knickknacks.

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What's Worth Noting About Target's Threshold Springville Caned-Door TV Stand

The most important thing worth noting about this TV stand is that assembly is required, and it doesn't come with tools. It took my handy fiancé about three hours to put together, and despite diligently following the instructions, the doors are ever-so-slightly misaligned. (It's barely noticeable, though, and the piece has livened up our living room so well that it's still 100 percent worth it, in our opinion.) All of this considered, if you love the look of this TV stand as much as I do, you may want to hire someone to put it together or phone a crafty friend for help.

Shoppers agree that assembly can be frustrating, but we're not the only ones to say the end justifies the means. One shopper who gave it a four-star rating wrote: "This piece of furniture is great once it's put together, but let me tell you it took me five hours to do in the matter of two days. The back pieces did not fit properly and the doors were the most time consuming. I will say, I worked for this piece but it's definitely a great staple!" One who gave it a five-star rating wrote: "Looks stylish and feels sturdy. Took a few hours to put together but worth it."

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Who Is Target's Threshold Springville Caned-Door TV Stand For?

The Threshold Springville Caned-Door TV Stand is best for those who love furniture that gives your space a light and airy feel. Cane-style furnishings are in high demand, and perhaps the best part of all: the price is right. Because of that, it's a great option for those who aren't ready to (or don't want to) splurge on an investment piece. Plus, it's equally ideal for those short on space, thanks to its hidden internal shelving.

Additional Details About Target's Threshold Springville Caned-Door TV Stand

  • This TV stand comes in two sizes: 60" or 72".
  • It also comes in two colors: a white frame and a black frame.
  • It has a cable management system (aka a hole on the back of the stand) for managing unsightly cords and cables.