A focal point is a place in your home that gives you a sense of where you are while you’re relaxing there. Most bedrooms and living rooms have tall stands with TVs on top. This gives people who choose to look at it a place to look and a direction to go.
Anchor this focal point in your room’s design by putting flower pots or other decorative items on this stand. This will help you keep track of where you are in your home while you’re doing other things.
A TV is one of the most important things in most homes.
Most homes have a wall that is just for putting the TV on. Most of the time, pictures, curtains, light fixtures, and other decorations are put on this wall to make the room look nicer. TVs are made to be hung on the wall so that they can be seen easily from all directions. This lets the person watching the TV focus on the picture while having little effect on the room’s decor.
TVs are useful and fun appliances that can give your living space a lot of life.
Many people put decorations on their TVs to make their living rooms more personal. This includes paintings, lights, and even fabric to hang over the top. These additions make your space feel more homey and give your plain white walls some visual interest. Using the same kinds of decorations throughout your home also gives it a sense of unity.
A TV is a great way to have fun inside your home.
It lets you watch different channels and decorate your living room with lights and interesting things at the same time. A wall that is only for TVs looks much neater when there are no other TVs or furniture blocking the view. Use this space instead to add interesting focal points or more seating to your home.
Your TV is one of the most important sources of light inside your home.
White walls let light into your home and make it look more beautiful. With a white blank wall, the inside of your home can look clean and classy. Adding heavy drapes to your walls to make your living space darker will also help you feel more at ease. Also, if you have more than one TV, you can watch different shows in different rooms, which is a simple way to enjoy TV.
Gallery for 50 Ways to Decorate the Wall Where You Hang Your TV
Cat lovers can use the entertainment wall as an opportunity to incorporate cat ladders and feline hideaways. This cleverly constructed wall disguises a cat ladder as a set of casually offset shelves and a cabinet display nook. There is also a cat flap leading into a compartment within an adjacent cupboard. | Designer: Talispace.
Using two contrasting materials over your wall and storage volumes brings added interest. | Visualizer: Lens Decor.
If it’s a luxe look you’re after then how about mounting your TV onto marble effect panels. A side positioned modern fireplace on a low level wall mounted unit adds to the high-end finish, the transparent fireplace screen ensuring visual emphasis remains on the marble. Off topic, but those gorgeous nesting coffee tables help as well! | Visualizer: Vizline Studio.
Running a backing panel vertically, all the way from floor to ceiling, creates the impression of a chimney breast when there is none. | Visualizer: Evgeny Garchu.
Wall mounted units are a popular choice for a TV wall. Uninterrupted floor space looks clear and tidy; the room looks more spacious and is also easier to clean. The LED lighting strip that runs beneath the upper unit in this particular arrangement adds to the look of weightlessness, as well as illuminating display items beneath. | Visualizer: Hung Le.
This entertainment wall is made up of a floor standing base unit and a unique wall shelf that displays motivational posters on its surface and a small selection of books within a neat return. | Visualizer: Ngoc Nguyen.
This backlit television makes a feature of its woodgrain mount even when the screen is not in use. A block arrangement of media units to the side creates a place to display decorative and treasured items. | Visualizer: FOG Architecture.
In this living room, not just the television but the TV wall panel itself is backlit. The feature provides a lovely cosy glow, in lieu of a traditional flame fireplace. The low shelf at the base of the installment is reminiscent of a hearth too. | Visualizer: Snuper Design.
The wood panel behind this TV runs up against a tall bookcase of matching wood tone. | Source: Lagabe.
Due to the slimline storage space requirements of a media console unit, layouts can get creative. This offset alignment gives the illusion of sliding volumes, pulling away to leave display nooks. | Via: Isabel Miro.
This wall and base unit combo is mounted against a wood panel backdrop, which visually holds the entire arrangement together. The TV is mounted to one end of the long console, with the opposite side being used as the ideal place to display a few favourite art prints lit by designer lamps. | Source: Lagabe.