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Where to Put the Television in Any Room

Nowadays there is more than one TV in every household. When we watch our favorite show or movie, it is our chance to relax and forget about other things. However, if you live with your family or roommates, you know that it is hard to find something that all of you like. Because of that, we all need our own television that we can watch things on. The easiest way to get that sorted out is to put a separate TV in every room.

If you just bought a new house, or if you just want to redecorate your home, you are probably wondering what the best way to arrange the furniture is. The TV is usually the focal point in every room and we all gather in front of it to spend hours watching the things that interest us. For that reason, you need to be smart when you are placing your television and to make a plan where you can put furniture around it.

If you are wondering where to place your TV, we are here to help you. Follow our guide and depending on the size of your rooms, use these tips to your advantage. Just remember that sometimes it can be challenging to mount a TV on your wall on your own, so you may want to consult an expert and get professional help.

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The first thing you need to do is think about the height and the distance. When you position your TV, you should put it at eye level (for people sitting on the sofa, not eye level while you are standing up). You can also place it a bit higher depending on your furniture, but it should not be too high, because your neck will get sore if you spend too much time looking up.

When it comes to the distance, this depends on the size of the TV, so if you have a different sized television in every room, you will have to do the calculations for every one of them. So, for small TVs that are up to 30 inches, they should be placed between 3 and 5 feet away. Medium televisions that are between 35 and 50 inches should be placed between 5 and 10 feet away, and when it comes to big TV that are 60 inches and larger, you need to position them between 8 and 15 feet away.

The next thing you need to think about is the light. If the TV is across from a window, you need to put some curtains, so that the glare is hidden. You should also not put the TV right in front of the window. Follow the natural light and place the unit so you can always watch it without being bothered by the light.

If you have a fireplace, try not to position the unit right above it. The heat may damage it and you may end up taking the TV to the service all the time. The plastic components may also melt the plastic and cause a fire. Instead, you should put it next to the fireplace. You should also consider the other gadgets that will be connected to your TV. If you have a gaming console, external speakers, subwoofers, soundbars attached to your TV, the placement of everything should be in a less cramped place. If you have a smaller place, it’s best to aim for a minimalist setup. For instance, just pick one compatible soundbar for your LG TV from this selection and not bother with bulky external speakers. This way, you’ll have more freedom on where and how to position your TV. The unit will be safe, and you won’t have to tilt your neck while you are watching your favorite movie.

To find the best placement, you can always consult with an expert, and on this website, you can see how you can connect your smartphone with other devices you use in your house to make sure your family is always safe.


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When it comes to placing a television in your bedroom, people have mixed opinions. Some say that having a unit in the room where you sleep may interrupt your sleep cycle and that it will distract you too much. However, others say that there is no harm in placing a TV there and that it may help you relax after a long day.

When it comes to distance, you should follow the rules for small, medium and big TVs and you should position it a bit higher than the one you are using in your living room. Chances are, you will watch TV while you are lying down, so you need to place it in a way where you won’t need to tilt your head up or down in an uncomfortable position.

You can also incorporate it as a part of a cabinet and you can even have a sliding panel for when you are not watching TV. This all depends on your style and the other furniture you are using. Mounting TV on the wall may be the best option when it comes to the bedroom because you can choose the exact height you are comfortable with.


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With modern technology advancing, we have the option to incorporate tech devices in our bathroom. You probably know about the option to install speakers in your shower, so that you can listen to your favorite song, and you can even add a tablet there to be able to play some games, but did you know that you can also put a TV in your bathroom?

The placement depends mostly on how your tub or shower is positioned. You basically have two options, to put the TV on the other end of the room and be able to watch it while you are taking a bath, or you can put it just above the faucet in the bath. For the second option, you need to make sure that it is protected from any water and steam. Use a special box that will protect it, so you don’t risk getting injured. Before choosing a TV for your bathroom, make sure to consult a professional and to get their opinion about protecting both the cords and the television.

When you think about where to place your television, the first thing you need to do is make sure that there is enough distance between the sitting area and the unit. Make sure you don’t get neck or backaches when you are watching your favorite movie and position it in a way that the light won’t bother you. The rest is up to you and the furniture you are using.

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