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The TV is an essential part of the living room. Not just because it is a source of entertainment, but also because of its impact on the aesthetics and feel of the most important room of the house. When you are deciding on the living room style, take into consideration how you are going to mount the TV. The entire TV area is often the focal point of the space and needs to reflect your preferred feel and style.
How you have designed the TV area can determine whether your living room décor is contemporary, country, or futuristic. Here is a look at some of the popular wall mounted TV styles.
DIVE RIGHT IN
This women-only clubhouse’s pool area is stunning and exudes a great vibe. The luxurious atmosphere is enhanced by the crystal chandelier hanging in the room’s focal point. Credit for this incredible TV wall layout goes to ShowChimp Creative.
This is a magnificent and traditional gathering space that is also extremely manly. The wall treatment behind the television provides texture and visual appeal to this Zelman Style Interiors design. Everyone will adore the convenient wine refrigerator!
You’ll get an instant sense of timeless warmth and welcome when you look at or step foot inside this Frankel Building Group creation. The atmosphere here is quite relaxing. All of the space’s colors work together to create a timeless ambiance. This is the best possible setup for a TV viewing party!
This is one of those “Wow” areas that completely blows your mind the first time you visit. Michael Laurenzano Photography has captured a truly one-of-a-kind design, which, despite its complexity, manages to avoid being cluttered. The television’s illuminated wall mount stands out the most.
Are you trying to find a classy place to watch TV? The TV is positioned on the wall over a stunning stone fireplace, making for an exquisite living room. Glynis Wood Interiors crafted this work of art. The stone TV wall mount rounds out the look.
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Crescendo Designs, Ltd. created this work of art. This New York seaside home’s great room is a ray of sunshine. There is nothing conventional about that lime-green sofa in the center of the room. The spherical ceiling light is a wonderful design feature.
What a very original TV wall mount with its decorative framing surrounding the screen. The flat-screen television is set in stunning Italian Villa Stone. Coronado Stone Products has created an extremely elegant new style. Experience the European atmosphere in your own home with this TV set!
A TV is set up on the beautiful wood veneer mantel here. The fireplace’s warm glow from the bonfire beneath the television completes the cozy atmosphere. In this veneer fireplace by Pavilack Design, you might wish to have a movie marathon.
The TV in this room is placed on the wall, and the textured wall panel makes it stand out. Soelberg Industries have put a lot of thought into making its products appear high-end and contemporary. In this section, you can relax with a drink while watching TV. Amazing! This would be a great place to spend the night.
Urban/modern (sometimes called urban modern) designs incorporate plenty of clean lines and neutral colors. Minimalism is at the center of this decor with a few bits of color and texture accents thrown in to create an urban edge.
In this style, the TV will usually be mounted on a plain white or black wall with a small cabinet beneath or a shelve or two to complement it. For a more colorful urban style, incorporate extra colors such as brown and grey. For instance a white wall and a brown cabinet with a colorful flower vase on it. Feel free to get artsy with this style, incorporating things like slanting shelves.
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Want a place to kick back and enjoy some of your favorite shows or movies? The perfect place to unwind for anyone. Wentworth, Inc. has created a stunning design in which a drawer and cabinets surround a TV wall mount.
Feeling exhausted after a long day at the office? This layout practically screams “bliss” with its slipper tub, fireplace, TV, and glass of wine. Take advantage of the fantastic location by soaking in a luxurious tub, sipping on some wine, and watching television—an absolute masterpiece by DRT Custom Homes & Renovations, Inc.
Do you like to spend the day watching TV in a comfortable setting but outside your home? Who says a television must be inside the house when you have a setup like this? Shultz Audio Video has created another masterpiece with its TV wall mount design.
WORK IT OUT
Who says getting in shape has to be a painful experience? A television installed on the wall is a standard feature of modern gyms, and this layout is another fantastic example of this trend. Dave Brewer Homes outdid themselves with this stunning home gym design, complete with a tv wall mount.
Futuristic is a more extreme version of modern decor. It takes the signature minimalism of urban style even further, eliminating anything unnecessary around the TV and doubling down the focus on clean surfaces and lines. The wall will often be gleaming white with the black TV providing the main point of contrast.
A futuristic wall mounted TV uses minimal storage around it, at most, a single shelf or a slim white cabinet. As for materials, glass is a favorite. You can even find glass wall mounts for TVs and pair it up with glass shelving.
We love the feminine appeal of this space. It appears that a woman was responsible for selecting the colors for this home, as they are very aesthetically pleasing. It’s also ideal for some shows that the TV wall mount is set up in this room. Emily Ruddo has created another gem with this layout.
This is a fantastic place to catch every game of your beloved football team or any other sport that tickles your fancy. This television wall mount is so massive it will make your living room feel like a movie theater. TRG Architects are responsible for this stunning look.
Farmhouse and country are not exactly similar, though they share plenty of attributes. Farmhouse has its roots in France while Country is a style nurtured in the southern United States. They are based on spacious and airy spaces with warm natural colors used to create a homely feel. Natural light is very much an essential part of this decor, helping to reinforce the country feel.
For this look, use warm colors such as tan, brown, and cream. You could accent the wall behind the TV in either of these colors. To add country character to the TV area, consider adding a rustic cabinet beneath the TV. You can also mount the TV just above the fireplace, if you have one for an authentic farmhouse effect. Or if you don’t have a traditional fireplace, you can buy an electric firebox and recess it in the wall or place it within a cabinet.
You won’t find a better pool or lounge area elsewhere. Every one of you will enjoy the view from the fitness center. The couch- and poolside-bound may enjoy the screen thanks to the TV’s strategic placement on a wall mount—absolutely fantastic work by Jay Gleysteen Architects, Inc.
KEEP THE PEACE
In this room, everyone can watch what they want without arguing. There are a lot of beds here, and each one has its television. If you and your friends or family members have wildly divergent tastes in television and film, this is the perfect place to hang out! What an incredible piece of art by Geoff Chick & Associates.
Do you want a room dedicated to your kid or teen? There is a sweet bedroom/playroom here. The best viewing angle is directly in front of the TV mounted on the wall from the couches or the floor. Wilding and Wolfe deserve credit for this amazing creation.
Want to create an adorable animal-themed nursery for your little one? Your kid is going to adore that zebra-themed TV. Educating your kid about the creatures that inhabit our planet in this setting is a no-brainer—stunning work by Fundi Interiors.
Distressed wood, exposed walls, and bare steel are the hallmarks of this decor. It makes use of sharp lines and rustic colors to recall the industrial error that marked the turn of the century. If this is the look you want, one of the best ideas is mounting the TV on an exposed brick wall. For storage, metal shelving and cabinetry, reinforce the hard industrial decor. An industrial-styled wall mounted TV works even better when paired up with a fireplace.
For homes with a lot of things to store, a minimalist urban style may not work very well. You need every storage place you can get your hands on. The busy decor is for anyone who needs to keep the TV area looking neat, while also storing a lot of stuff around it.
A busy decor involves plenty of shelving around the TV Wall Mounting and a perhaps a large cabinet underneath. One way to use the storage is as a mini library. A TV surrounded with neat book shelving, creates an appealing homely effect. You can also use the storage around the TV area to store the kids’ toys, sports trophies and, other bits and pieces. The result is an appealing mishmash of colors, sizes and textures.
The lovely bathroom in this Texas country house stands out. The TV wall mount is easy to install and doesn’t take up much room. Everything you might store in here fits perfectly. M. Barnes & Co. has created another fantastic model.
Here are a few things to take into account as you design your TV area.
- Check the Lighting: To pull off a certain style successfully, get the right lighting, as it is an essential component that needs to be considered. Warm daylight fixtures may not work very well for a futuristic style, but is perfect for a farmhouse decor. The urban/modern style can work with a wide variety of lighting options without losing its character. For the industrial wall mount design, go for rustic metal and copper fixtures.
- Mix and Match: Make sure your chosen style matches well with the rest of the room. If you have opted for an industrial TV area, make sure the entire living room is designed in a similar style. This will create a more harmonious transition from the TV area into other points around the room.
- No Rules: Finally, there are no hard rules, so feel free to experiment with unique styles.
Making The Most Of Wall Mounted TV Ideas
Whether you like it or not, your TV is the centerpiece of your living room. Why not build a space that emphasizes it, making it the focal point of a designer creation?
The television is almost always the focal focus of any living room or entertainment room. However, choosing which wall to place the TV on might be difficult. Consider the following: Big-screen TVs have become so large that they may completely dominate a room, so place yours on a wall where it won’t feel too overpowering.
Maybe it’s time to buy a new television, but you’re not sure where to put it. You don’t want to obstruct your views, but you don’t have enough wall space to mount it. The solution is to hang it on the wall. You can get ideas from our images here.
There are three options for mounting your television on a wall, each with pros and disadvantages. Floor-to-ceiling stands and wall-mounted or in-the-wall stands are the most common.
In addition, you should think about any wall furniture. The floating shelf or wall unit is a popular choice. This adds a sense of space and design, and shelves can be embellished to further enhance the design impression.
Designing the TV area is an important part of deciding on your living room decor. The aim is to create an initiating style that screams home. There are plenty of options to choose from, depending on your needs, budget, and style preferences. Our image post will hopefully help you decide what style is best for your living room.
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