Need some ideas to help fit a TV in your room? Or maybe your TV is just taking up way too much space. Either way, we’ve prepared some useful space saving TV ideas that will give you back more of your room.
TVs are getting incredibly thin and light these days. If you want to save space, then you could sell your current TV and get a more modern one. There are some TVs that are thinner than the width of your finger, meaning they can easily fit onto walls or other cramped spaces without taking up too much of your room. You could also get a smaller TV in general if you need more room. Although large TVs are great, you can save a lot of money by investing in a smaller TV, both in terms of its cost and upkeep.
If you want your TV to remain hidden then you could always get yourself a cupboard to put the TV inside. This will keep the TV stored away until you need it, and the cupboard can also serve as a storage unit for things like media players, DVDs, remotes and video games. It’s a useful solution to keep your TV out of sight, but the cupboard itself might take up a lot of space.
If you’ve got plenty of space on your walls but not enough on the floor, then why not hang your TV? This is a great option for people with flat and thin TV sets, but you can still hang an old bulky TV on the wall with specialised brackets. However, this isn’t recommended for weak walls. This option does take a bit of DIY work, but you could also call in a friend to help you. There’s no need to hire a contractor to hang a TV on a wall.
Like a cupboard, a TV stand holds of your essentials. However, instead of being closed up and left in a corner, a TV stand displays it in all of its glory. You can find plenty of fantastic TV stand at Furniture in Fashion, and it’s possible to find one that fits the look or decor of your room as well. TV stands can be personalised with lights if needed, and some of them fight perfectly into corners if you want it to fit an oddly-shaped room. Just be sure to measure out the dimensions first!
If you’re feeling adventurous and your TV is thin and light enough, why not hang it on the ceiling? This gives it the perfect viewing angles when you’re lying in bed, and it can save a lot of space if you put it in the right location. If you want it to disappear into your ceiling, then you’re going to need a fairly expensive and often complicated setup to achieve that.