I have a rack and speaker stands made by Timbernation and they are very nice. However, I've found a local carpenter that's every bit as good, uses premium lumber (maple--my favorite) and he's less expensive. What's nice about the arrangement is I tell him what I'd like and he works out a few sketches and I decide on how to proceed. What's even better is that he goes further than what I ask and adds a nicer touch to it than expected.
For an example, I wanted a nice, retro, flat front boxer media stand with two levels, not including the top. Plain maple is all I asked for. What I got was beveled front top and bottom lips that angle inwards and some nice, African Padauk wood inlays, including the lips, from some craps he had lying around. One inch thick all around, sturdy as heck, with retro hairpin legs, and all for under $500. I'd check around for some local talent and see what you can conjure up. It would be worth the effort.
All the best,