Twenty thirty years ago tucking a TV into a small room wasnt much of an issue. In this room we created a cozy reading nook so the TV isnt the only focus.
Put in a very snug sofa and a lounge armchair with footstool that you can move around the room.
How to place a tv in a small living room. So youre ready to decorate your small living room but you have one little problem. Room lighting is very important. If you must keep a media unit replace large TV armoires and large bulky media units with small TV.
High ceiling living room with concrete flooring topped with a lovely blue rug and striped runner. Mount your television on the center of your small living room and utilize the areas beside it as bookshelf and cabinet. For those of you who reside in apartments like me or other small space homes you know that space is at a premium.
The same goes with your seating if your couch is quite far from the Tv then you should mount it high but in a small space where the seating is close low placement will work better. In a living room like this with floor-to-ceiling windows all the way around walls for the TV are hard to come by. This will free up a lot of floor space for seating.
Putting the TV on an adjustable arm or swivel stand extends the view to both sofas and the dining room table. Corners tend to be some of the most underutilized parts of a room particularly in a small space. In a small living room the best place to put the TV is above the fireplace instead of using a media unit that will take up floor space.
Skip the large mantel and just do it on sheetrock plaster brick or tile. Where To Put The TV In Small Living Spaces Or Apartments. How to fit a TV into a small space.
An airy living room showcases a flat panel TV mounted on the shiplap accent wall above a stone fireplace thats lined with a wooden mantel. Another important thing to consider is to hide all of the exposed cables. It should be comfortable at first place and also big enough to fit in the place.
And use a happy color for your small living room to make it gorgeous despite the limited area. So if you decide to place your TV in the corner you should sit directly in front of it. When a room needs to serve both as a place to socialize and get a little screen time a corner media center is great way to go.
Check the viewing angle. Sometimes a narrow space with walls punctuated by big windows means its necessary to position your TV off-centre in whatever space is available. Now that you have chosen the right TV set for your TV room create a great seating area.
Tuck the TV into a corner. Your eyes should be level with the center of the screen. Sectional sofas or plush couch are good choices for maximizing seating in the room.
Place the sofa or sectional facing toward the fireplace for the optimal TV viewing experienceyou dont want anyone to worry about neck cramps. So before you choose a spot for your TV check how the light coming from the windows lamps and chandelier affects the TVs picture. Theyve built a box to house the TV which matches the cabinet below.
For those of us who have a TV we ultimately run into the problem of where on earth to put it so that it doesnt overpower our living space. So yes opt for a linear fireplace if it works stylistically in your home. But now unless youre happy with a computer-monitor-sized flat screen and who is putting a TV in a cramped room without having it look King Kong let loose in a.
But no matter this can help the telly seem like an added ingredient to a well-designed room rather than the item around which the scheme was built. You can also tuck a few other furniture items into the design to create multiple spaces. I like these because then it breaks up the box shapes and scales a bit and of course allows you to hang it lower but better in a more contemporary home IMHO 3.
Take advantage of every nook and cranny by wall-mounting your TV in a corner like in the home above from Oasis Design Remodeling or displaying it on a corner TV stand. The larger the Tv the higher is better.