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TV might not be the key device of the house anymore, but it's pretty popular still, and so requires a tad bit more love than the usual simple console. Besides, with the current units growing in proportions by the entire year, it creates a cool focal point in the living room, which you can only make smarter with your TV wall design ideas.

Storage-Friendly TV Wall Design Ideas

Storage is a crucial section of any living space. Modest square footage and consumer culture don't match well, and also stuff scattered all over the interior doesn't flatter it. A TV wall designed to hold a few pounds of clutter is a better idea than the usual small entertainment unit built only for display.

These days TVs are often found on walls, but when it comes to deciding how you want to create the perfect TV wall, it can be challenging to pick the right spot and the proper layout. Here are 8 different ways you can create a TV wall that makes for a stylish and comfortable viewing experience.

1. Surround It With Storage
Surrounding your television with built-in storage solves two problems simultaneously – you create a convenient position for some of your most prized possessions and you can frame your TV with shelves which can be the ideal size.
Although this TV seems to be the sole feature on this wall, two doors on each side of it open around reveal walls high in shelving

This custom shelving unit that wraps around the corner features a spot that's the ideal size for the TV and sound bar to be mounted in.
Square shelves surround the TV and make pops of color to this all white shelving unit.
With cabinets using one side, drawers below, and open shelving on another side and above, this TV is completely surrounded by storage solutions.
The built-in shelving unit in this house features a spot right in the middle that's the ideal size for the TV.

2. Frame it with a surround
Framing your TV with a surround makes your TV stick out while also which makes it look like it's in which it belongs.
Thin wood strips have already been cut to frame the TV and sound bar to make it the key feature in the space
The white wall with the black half wall and the wooden panel create a frame for this TV that means it is the center of attention.

3. Recess it into the wall
Setting your TV right into the wall and which makes it lie flush with the remaining portion of the wall creates a frame across the TV that means it is look like it may almost be a piece of art. Placing it slightly deeper into the wall also makes the TV less obvious when it isn't fired up, taking the attention far from the TV and letting another details in the space stick out more.
The wood frame for this TV causes it to be occupy less space in the space and turns the TV into a piece of art when photos occupy the screen as opposed to shows or movies.
This entertainment system has been set deep into the wall and surrounded with a frame and a shelf to make it the key focus in the room.

4. Make It The Centre Of Attention
A small wall display in which the TV is the key focus of the space and is either surrounded by only some tiny objects or by very little is a great way to hold your TV on the wall without creating an annoying display. It keeps the design simple and eliminates distractions while you're watching shows and movies.
The large TV in this minimal living room could be the focal point in this room.
The concrete wall behind the TV in this living room allow the TV stick out and end up being the centre of attention.
The possible lack of any objects nearby the TV in this living space make it easy to focus on whatever goes on on the screen.
The wall that the TV sits on in this home helps conceal the centrally located office and is surrounded only by the wall and shutters to make it easier to focus on what's going on on TV.

5. Stick it near the fireplace
Somewhere to consider when positioning your TV on the wall is close to the fire. If both are the exact same height it makes an appealing continuous look and makes the space more interesting.
Having your TV close to the fireplace also helps to make a warm atmosphere that's great for enjoying a film while cuddled up on the couch.

6. Stick it above the fireplace
Just like placing your TV close to the fireplace, placing it above the fire is another way to make a cozy environment while watching TV. It creates a more dimensional try the space, tends to make the space seem taller, and makes enjoying your entertainment in warmth very much easier.
This TV sits just above the fireplace to make a cozy viewing experience.
A genuine fireplace sits beneath this TV that's also surrounded by storage to make a comfortable and practical living room.
A slightly recessed TV sits above this narrow fireplace making a cozy atmosphere.

7. Make it section of a gallery wall
Hanging a TV among bits of art helps conceal your TV and makes a gallery wall look more filled in. The TV and the sound bar both add to the gallery wall display and make the display look more intentional.
The TV and soundbar hanging on this wall fit right in with the remaining portion of the art on the wall.
The TV on this wall is has art on both sides to make a balanced look and turns the TV into a piece of art as well.

8. Conceal it
Perhaps you don't want your TV to function as centre of attention in your space. If that's the case, hang it in a location where it can certainly be covered, either with a sliding door, a piece of art, or even a curtain. This permits your TV to be accessed easily but keeps it out of sight during most of times when it isn't being used.
This TV disappears completely behind a panel that blends right into the wall when it's closed up.

 

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