Where to place the tv is one of the biggest hurdles to jump over when decorating a room. Not only do you have to take cable hookups into consideration, you also have to be very aware of height. No one wants to pull a muscle in their neck trying to watch tv in your home.
Here are a few tv mounting options and tips from the Apartment Therapy House Tour archives:
&bull Wall mounting your television is a great option if it's in the bedroom. Looking slightly up at the tv is a much better angle when laying down because bed coverings and toes won't obstruct your view. Chris' DIY Studio Charmer
&bull If seating is equal height to the media cabinet, a tv stand is a great option. Chris & Liz's Lodgey Loungey Living Quarters
&bull The height of the media cabinet should be in direct correlation with the height of the coffee table and couch. All should be about the same height and tv viewing will be at its best. Joe & Kara's Hidden Cottage
&bull A centrally wall mounted tv is the best option for a non traditional furniture setup. The couches are facing each other, so a high wall mounted tv is a great option for the weird angles viewers might have. They won't have to worry about heads or big hair getting in their way. I Dream of Palm Springs: Zaitz House
&bull Some find it difficult to decorate and accessorize a tv on a stand, but with larger media cabinets &mdash it's easy. Many media cabinets are now made large enough to facilitate a centrally located opening for the placement of a tv. An Englishman in New York