we are having a L shaped living and dining in our new home where should we keep the tv unit for good viewing experience. ours is 40 inch 1080p LED tv .
two options are
1) to the wall adjacent to the main entrance of the living
2) of the wall opposite to the window of the living room i.e pooja rooms wall
maximum seats should have good viewing experience is the aim
please help...hello i have one sofa set and 2 single bed one tv in liv
Please can you help with living room it's a rented accommodation
Need help in designing Puja unit along with the tv unit
tv unit idea for living room
thanks for suggesting,what kind of seating is recommended if have TV unit to the adjacent wall of main entrance Cornerstone Design Studio India
Is the door on the top right corner the main entrance?
If so then maybe you could go with option1, but move the tv as far left as possible. Then you could have a console and a mirror as a "hall" for people when they come in, and maybe even go for a corner sofa that could enclose the tv area to divide the space.
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Before you place any furniture here, you should rethink the existing layout.
I would eliminate the 3 internal walls around the puja room, and convert the areas of the living, puja, dining and kitchen, into a singular larger space.
This is simply for better air circulation and overall aesthetics of the flat - to make it feel larger.
You will now have an open kitchen - which can be shut by either a glass sliding folding partition, or with a half wall with a breakfast bar.
You can use furniture smartly to create privacy for individual areas.
You can also change the locations of the doors to the bedrooms, by not having them from the dining space, but from the passage outside the bathrooms; so that a larger table right in the centre with a dining credenza by one of the walls, thereby making the dining space a bit enclosed and not accessible from 3 sides.
To answer your main question, you can have the television on the common wall between the living and bathroom (5'x8'); an L-shaped sofa can be placed along the same wall as the entrance door.
Hope this helps!