Today we put together some living room ideas for your TV wall design, in order to make your viewing experience stylish and comfortable.
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Nowadays TVs are often found on the wall of our living rooms, but when it comes to deciding where you want to put your TV and how you want to create the perfect TV wall, it can be quite challenging to pick the right spot and the proper layout.
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Surround It With Storage
If you choose to surround your television with storage you are solving two problems: you can create a convenient spot for your goods and you can frame your TV with shelves.
Although this TV appears to be the only feature on this wall, two doors on either side of it open up to reveal walls full of shelving.
Frame it with a surround
Framing your TV with a surround makes your TV stand out while also making it look like it’s exactly where it belongs.
Recess it into the wall
Setting your TV right into the wall and making it lie flush with the rest of the wall creates a frame around the TV that makes it look like it could almost be a piece of art.
The wood frame around this TV makes it take up less space in the room and turns the TV into a piece of art when photos occupy the screen instead of shows or movies.
Make It The Centre Of Attention
Why don’t you just keep it simple? Hang your TV on the wall without creating a distracting display. A minimal wall display in which the TV will be the main focus of your living room if you surround it by only a few tiny objects or by nothing at all.
Place it above the fireplace
Much like placing your TV next to the fireplace, placing it above the fire is another way to create a cozy environment while watching TV and it also creates a more dimensional look in the living room.
Make it part of a gallery wall
Hanging a TV among pieces of art helps conceal your TV and makes a gallery wall look more filled in.
The TV on this wall has art on both sides to create a balanced look and turns the TV into a piece of art as well.
If you don’t want your TV to be the center of attention in your space, hang it in a place where it can easily be covered, either by a sliding door, a piece of art, or a curtain.
This TV disappears completely behind a panel that blends right into the wall when it’s closed up.
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