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With all of the amazing shows and movies now available at our fingertips, watching television is an important family pleasure. To get the most out of your viewing experience, find a high-quality floating TV unit with the perfect size to fit into your space. Rather from making a hasty decision that you may come to regret later, use our quick and easy procedure to find the best floating TV units for you.
The size and weight of your television must be correctly determined as a first step. Some of us are fine with a smaller screen that suffices, while others like the luxury of a large screen that allows them to enjoy a cinematic experience from the comfort of their own home. Whatever your preference, it's time to get out the measuring tape before you go out and get your new floating TV units!
You'll be able to properly assess the size of the TV unit you require once you've determined the height, breadth, depth, and weight of your floating TV units. Which would necessitate a huge floating TV unit at least a few inches broader than the television. It's crucial to note that a TV that hangs over the edge of your TV unit not only looks out of place, but it also poses a significant safety concern that you should avoid at all costs. Make sure you get something that can easily hold the frame and weight of your television – and remember, if you want a greater look, you can always go for something bigger, which will also add extra support.
Another item to consider is where you'll actually put the television. Some people like to install their televisions on the wall and then use the entertainment cabinet underneath to store and display decor items. If this is the case in your home, the height of your floating TV sets is critical - see Step 2 for additional information.
In general, you'll want the center of your TV screen to be at eye level for optimal viewing. After all, what good is Netflix if you can't really appreciate it? As a result, you'll need to consider not only the specifications of your TV, but also those of your entertainment system.
Because most of us are half our standing height when we sit, you'll use this figure to determine the proper height for your TV so that it sits properly in your eye line. If you have a large family, average out the heights and go from there. That figure will be used to determine the distance between your television and the floor. The next step is to determine the height of your television. Subtract half of this figure from your usual sitting height, and voila! You've calculated the approximate height of your entertainment unit using some basic math!
Is there a simpler way to figure out what height your floating TV units should be? Simply take use of your sofa's height. This serves as a good indicator for the height of your unit most of the time, within a few inches or so.
You have several alternatives when it comes to the breadth of your new floating TV units. As we indicated in Step 1, overhang - when your TV is larger than the unit it's sitting on – is not only unattractive, but it also poses a safety issue that we recommend you avoid! As a result, with this option ruled out, you'll have to choose between a TV that's around the same length as your entertainment unit or one that's narrower. Keeping the lengths the same looks even cleaner and more basic, while allowing excess room on each end of your unit allows you to add more embellishment with your favorite design elements.
Take out the tape measure once more (it's getting a workout!) Then establish the minimum length of your floating TV units by measuring the length of your TV. Shopping for entertainment devices will be a lot easier once you have that figure.
You should also examine the distance between your sofa and your floating TV sets to achieve the best viewing experience. All you need to know is your screen size multiplied by 1.2 to find out. For example, if your TV screen is 40 inches wide, you should sit 48 inches away, or 1.3 meters away. To make things easier, measure the size of your TV's screen and compare it to the recommended distance for your couch.
Finally, we've arrived at the exciting part! The final step in your search for the ideal entertainment unit is determining which material, finish, and overall aesthetic would work best in your area. There are numerous television cabinet and unit alternatives available in a variety of styles.
One thing to think about when it comes to seamlessly integrating your new piece of furniture into your existing area is the material it's constructed of. If your room already has a lot of wood in a certain tone, it might be a good idea to get something that matches. You may choose something made of metal or wood in white or black for a sleeker, more industrial apartment. The secret to a well-curated, well-coordinated house is coordination.
Your entertainment unit's material and finish will also affect its wear and tear over time. Stone, marble, and high-quality wood will last longer but cost more, whereas vinyl and low-quality woods will be less expensive but less durable. Metal is usually a cost-effective alternative with long-term durability, but it isn't appropriate for every room. It's up to you to figure out what's most important in your new TV unit and then go from there!
So, how do you feel about it? You're an expert in floating TV units now, and you'll be able to confidently choose the right one for your home. When you're buying, bear in mind the size and weight of both your TV and your entertainment unit so you don't run into any problems when it's time to install.
A new entertainment unit in the right color, style, and finish will brighten up your living room or media room. There are several elements to consider while determining the size of your floating TV units. It's not just about the amount of room you have (or don't), but also about the size of the TV and the height you want it to be. When picking a TV stand, keep in mind that the distance between your TV and the sofa area should be roughly double the size of your screen.
It's crucial to remember that the size of your floating TV sets on their box - for example, 50 inches - does not necessarily reflect how much room they require. A 50-inch TV is measured diagonally from its top left corner to its bottom left corner - and this only accounts for the screen, meaning the frame is not included in these dimensions. As a result, when you start shopping for a TV stand, measure the width of your television and choose a stand that fits.
Reserve adequate floor space for floating TV units that don't allow for any overhang and have a firm enough foundation to allow your TV to balance for scale and to keep your stand from toppling over. To avoid any of the above, our experts recommend adding 20% to the width of your TV when picking your floating TV sets. A solid oak TV cabinet will also provide sufficient weight to sustain your television.
It's helpful to know what's available before making a decision about which floating TV sets are right for you. There are a variety of styles to choose from, as well as oak or painted finishes for floating TV units. With an industrial TV stand, you may get the loft-style living aesthetic. Do you prefer neutral tones? Choose between a white or grey TV stand. You're likely to discover something to suit your home style among the various traditional or modern oak floating TV sets available. So, how do you know what to look for in a floating TV unit? Here are a few things to think about.
Which room do I want the television to be in?
If you're looking for floating TV sets for your bedroom, you'll want to think about the height of your bed. Any of our floating TV units will look great in your bedroom if you have a low-lying bed. However, due of the height it will sit at, floating TV units may not always work in your bedroom. What else can I use instead of floating TV units, you might wonder? Use the surface of any of our chests of drawers to prop up your TV, allowing you to watch in bed at a more comfortable height.
Do you require a corner television stand?
While we have large and small floating TV sets for a variety of room sizes, we also recognize that not all living rooms are the same form. As a result, our hardwood, oak corner TV units are ideal for oddly shaped rooms or if you want to keep your TV somewhat off-center and out of sight.
Do you desire a TV stand or other TV furniture for your living room?
Make a decision about what works best for you. Floating TV units with built-in cable cleaning mechanisms are a terrific way to keep your space free of cluttering cables. However, this may not be appropriate for all spaces. If your scheme and needs call for it, consider console tables, sideboards, or perhaps a chest of drawers. Just make sure you measure it to make sure it's the correct height.
3. Can a console table be used as a floating TV unit?
Of course, a console table can also be used as a TV stand. Our console tables with shelves and drawers, such as those from the Canterbury, Hercules, and Shay collections, will come in handy for storage. A console stand, on the other hand, is only appropriate if you need your TV to be higher than one of our TV sets allows. Furthermore, you won't be able to hide wires as easily as you will with our purpose-built floating TV units. In a dining room, kitchen, or bedroom, a console table can be used as a TV stand.
4. Is it necessary for your coffee table to coordinate with the floating TV units?
If you like your furniture to match, get a TV stand from the same collection as your coffee table and other living room pieces. If an exact match isn't possible, choose a similar-colored wood, such as a light oak TV stand with lighter-colored furnishings. You don't have to match it, though! For a more eclectic look, mix and match painted and wood furniture, or use different colored painted furniture. Simply make sure that these items are connected by an overarching interior theme.
5. Can a television be hung from the floating TV units?
To maintain your pieces in proportion, your TV should be no more than 3 inches broader than the floating TV units on each side. However, in some circumstances, especially if your TV stand is heavy, it may be suitable for it to overhang somewhat more.
6. Can a coffee table be used as a floating TV unit?
A coffee table may be too low to serve as a TV stand in some circumstances. However, depending on the height of your sofa, it may be possible! Before you go out and buy something, make sure you measure it. To avoid craning your neck to observe the screen, make sure your TV is set at around eye level. Make sure the height of your armchair, loveseat, or sofa corresponds to the height of your television.
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