Tips and inspiration for decorating the wall round a TV
The age old issue is how to create our large TVs of now work in the plot of a room, not overpower it. I’m not a huge stickler about this — televisions do not disturb me much. Especially the sleeker variants we have today. But frequently they sort of hang out at the middle of a wall and also stand out more than we would like.
I’ve accumulated some of my favorite advice about the best way best to integrate a TV to the plan of your residence, and also help it to evaporate just a little bit!
My favorite notions entail gallery walls — particularly those who have black frames. I believe they work really well with the TV:
Source: Pottery Barn
What a gorgeous area right? I believe that this TV wall has been done so well. White frames along with other colours work nicely too naturally, I just believe that the black assists to produce the TV stand out somewhat less.
I like the Thought of integrating big art to sneak the attention:
I enjoy how these move all of the way to the floor also — not just floating up over.
I’ve always loved this picture from Pottery Barn and also their use of eyeglasses and other things to Earn a true artwork wall round the TV:
Source: Pottery Barn
Keep in your mind that this can get busy quickly — onto a massive wall you will want to be cautious how broad and large you proceed with the gallery.
I love this one has any artwork just marginally behind the TV — you can still view it, but it seems styled:
These are a few of my favorites — I enjoy the easy but non-symmetrical design:
I like the way Emily brings in some colour around hers too:
If you do not want to use artwork, then try something different — that I adore Marian’s utilization of decorative plates to get a softer sense:
I like the floating frames and low TV stand here:
This is easier and less cluttered appearance when the frames are too much for you. Side notice — I would rather hang on out our TVs instead of putting them onto the surface. I like the look better and it provides more breathing space and room to decorate them around.
I have a tendency to go easier in our home — occasionally doing a lot of can backfire and attract much more attention to what you are trying to minimize. It all depends upon your taste and space.
I also enjoy the notion of moving darker to the wall behind the television. You can perform the entire wall or even a smaller part — I Really like this dark grey fireplace:
I might be biased where that is concerned however. ;-RRB- Here’s ours dangling over the dark grey fireplace and built inches from our older house (this colour is Peppercorn by Sherwin Williams):
I believe a dark wall extends a very long way to reducing how much the TV stands outside.
You can see here our dim fireplace camouflages it somewhat:
On an identical note — did anyone see Fixer Upper this past week? I think it was the very first time that she included a tv in her layout:
I could not believe it! But I was pleased to find that — I’d like to see the way she integrates them more.
Have you done anything particular to lessen the TV in your home? Or does it not bother you a lot? I’ve got some ideas in mind for our grasp — if it ends up I expect to show you next week!