Since flat-screen TVs invaded homes, rooms have never been the same. That heavy bookcase, for example, was gradually being replaced by supports and panels. All this is to highlight the TV on the wall and ensure the best sound and picture experience.
And if you’re also going through this transformation process, keep following this post and see all the tips we’ve put together to help you put the TV on the wall the right way.
How high is the TV on the wall
Speaking of visibility, you may be wondering what height is ideal for placing the TV on the wall.
However, there is no standard height. It all depends on the average height of the house’s residents, as well as the size of the TV set. Therefore, the best thing to do before placing the TV on the wall is to ask the residents to sit on the sofa and thus determine the best height. But, as a rule, it is worth knowing that this height will always be above 1.20 meters. That is, do not place the TV on the wall at a height less than this. In the bedroom, the height of the TV should be determined taking into account the height of the residents lying in bed.
The ideal height for the TV on the wall is where the center of the set is aligned with the eyes, so there is no need to raise or lower the neck.
Types of Wall Mount TV
Regardless of whether your TV is mounted directly to the wall or via a panel, you will need a bracket. See below the models currently on the market, check it out:
Fixed TV support
Fixed stand, as the name suggests, keeps the TV always in the same position. This type of support is also the most suitable for use with panels since it keeps the TV very close to the wall and can more easily hide wires and cables.
Articulated TV stand
The articulated support, unlike the fixed one, allows the TV to be moved both to the left and the right. This type of support is very suitable for integrated environments so that the television can be used in both spaces. The swivel bracket also has the advantage of making the back of the television more accessible, making it easier to connect to other devices.
However, this also causes the wiring to be more exposed than in the fixed support model.
Tilting TV stand
The tiltable TV stand is widely used in bedrooms and commercial spaces, where the TV is usually installed at a higher height.
TV Ceiling Bracket
The ceiling support is the most complete of all models because it allows the device to be moved up and down and from left to right.
Want more TV wall decor ideas? Just take a look at the images below and get inspired: