With every step we make towards a technological invention or call them improvements, some things become outdated. Talk about that Sembule TV or the Sony kind that graced our parents’ sitting rooms on that not-so-good looking TV stand or stool, if you may.
Today, it is all about the flat screen and its sleek look and lightweight means you may as well do away with that TV stand. Finding the ideal place for your TV is crucial.
If you have enough space in your sitting or living room, a TV stand will not stand out like a sore thumb but another beautiful piece that will grace the room.
However, if there is a struggle for space, then TV mounting may be your go-to solution.
It would be rather bad to be presumptuous that everyone has a flat-screen. That settled, if you still have the good old big TV screen, then a TV stand will still be your companion seeing that it might be too heavy to mount.
While mounting your TV may seem trendy, if you need storage space, you may want to consider a TV stand.
While mounting may seem great, if you are a tenant, you need to look at your tenancy agreement lest you lose your security deposit.
Looking at what your landlord allows will guide you on whether you can or cannot mount your TV screen seeing that holes need to be drilled in the wall to place the wall brackets.
If your children like to sample every gadget in their presence, then mounting your TV is ideal. However, it is important to know the ideal height or else your efforts will go down the drain.
Cable trunking is an enclosure used to protect wires from elements such as dust, and water. With keeping these cables in one place, they also keep the cables from looking messy when a TV is mounted as they hold more than one cable or wire within.
Children will also not pull them which offers safety for them, the TV set as well as the home.
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