There are just so many reasons to keep it economical and opt for smaller houses and apartments. The sad truth is we can’t all afford the space we are dreaming of. If you are familiar with this struggle, know that you can still have a bit of everything you desire. For example, comfort when watching TV. Below you will find some of the best ideas for creating and decorating a small, functional TV room.
Rethink your space
A TV set doesn’t necessarily belong to the living room. It can now be fit inside a reading nook, in the kid’s room, in the kitchen or bedroom. A home office is actually a wonderful place for a screen. Don’t just pair the TV with a huge sofa; it doesn’t always have to be like that. Contact a TV wall mounting service to have it installed right where you need it.
Create an entertainment room
You can have a small room for everything that entertains you and your guests: a small bar, books and games, soft cushioned furniture and so on. A great idea to assemble a home theater or cinema. Have audio visual equipment installation professionals put all the devices together. Your business is to generate the perfect ambiance by using dark colors and atmospheric lightning.
Let go of big surfaces
When the room is small, it’s a terribly bad idea to keep large surfaces. Replace big tables with small ones. Opt for small, thin shelving and drawers that rather develop vertically instead of horizontally. Couches or sofas should also be minimal. After all, you don’t need such surfaces – only enough to fit your laptop, meal plates and magazines and a few other things. That should suffice. It will generate a lot more free space and you can enjoy a de-cluttered room where you can relax in front of the TV.
Stick it to the wall
As you can see, all our suggestions include a TV that’s fixed to the wall. This is because, when only little room is available, you should definitely have the flattest TV possible and have it right against the wall. Any other setup will take away some space or will divide the room in a very unpleasant manner.
Keep it minimal
Loads of people feel they should add decorative elements around their TVs. It doesn’t make much sense – certainly not when the room is small. Keep it as simple as you can, without any unnecessary shelving, framing etc. This will also help you maximize the functionality of the space available.
Remember that, besides using space wisely, you have to combine style and functionality flawlessly. This is what gives the room unity and purpose.