Hyll's Comfy Bedroom Home Theater

Hyll's Comfy Bedroom Home Theater

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Anthony Nguyen
May 5, 2011

There are those who don't mind having a TV in the bedroom and there are those find the idea absolutely out of the question. Then, there are those who literally have too much tech and must make the best out of the space they have. Such a case as Hyll's, where he's forced to incorporate his extra entertainment tech with the intimate bedroom space.

To be honest, I tend to side with the group that find TVs in the bedroom a hard thing to pull off. I simply see it as a helpless mismatch between a private place that's meant for comfort contrasted against the loudness of the digital realm. However, I do think Hyll has some good ideas going for him.

For one, the IKEA dressers makes for the perfect watching height sitting on the bed. Usually living room sofas tend to be placed at least a foot lower than, so this is a good compromise.

Secondly, using tower speakers that feature a similar casing finish as the shelving, seating, and other furniture in the room makes it easily blend into the background compared the typical black ones out there.

If you do plan on watching TV from the bed, be sure to follow these bedroom ergonomic tips and try creative ways of mounting it so its presence seems less obvious.

[Updated: Thanks for catching the mistake, Rob Ungar - we thought he'd sold off his stuff and moved into a consolidated bedroom, but it seems like it's still a large single unit!]

(Images: Minhembio)

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