Transform smaller spaces into the perfect media room.
In-ceiling speakers and discreet wall-mounts create the perfect 5.1 sound system, complimenting the LED flat screen
Michael Maynard, GM Developments, MILC Property Stylists
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. LocationThe location of the wall-mounted TV should be the first thing to consider.The most convenient position for wall-mounting a TV is directly opposite the sofa in the living room or opposite the bed in the bedroom.Select a wall that does not receive sunlight. Direct or reflected sunlight on the screen creates glare and causes difficulty in watching TV during the day. Also, windows that let in bright sunlight should be covered with blinds or curtains.Make sure that there is provision for a power outlet so that the wall-mounted TV can be easily plugged in.Get your TV space designed by a Houzz professional
Make use of a storage wallThe space around your TV is often overlooked, but a built-in unit like this can tuck everything from a DVD player to books and lighting out of the way in a relatively narrow space. Include doors in some sections if you plan to store less attractive tech, and paint the whole unit in the same colour as the walls to knock it back and reduce its impact. The owners of this room have hung just one piece of art in the room so the plain walls can counter any busyness.