How To Find The Best TV Stand For Your TV Size
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Can you believe that the average American watches about five hours of TV a day? We will be the first to admit that we love TV – here at Modsy headquarters, we talk about our favorite shows at dinner and even create rooms for our favorite TV characters.
Therefore, when it comes to designing TVs in our living rooms, we know that finding the right setup is not always easy. From finding the best plan for your room to what to do with the empty space around the TV, all of these design questions can be terrific.
But events like the big game and the Oscars are just around the corner, combined with the fact that you really just can’t enjoy a good TV drink with a sub-denomination, we use the minute to solve one of our biggest TV questions: What stand does the TV fit the size of your TV?
And because the answer to this question actually largely depends on seeing the end result, skipping numbers, charts and imagination, and instead providing a visual guide.
Wondering which TV stand is best for you? Keep scrolling to find out!
Our basic rule is that the media stand should be at least a few inches wider than the base of the TV, so that there are a few inches on both sides of the breathing room, and then the TV is placed on top. This will help you avoid feeling too heavy and unbalanced.
If you want to place decorative items on the sides, such as vases or books, be sure to leave extra space and choose a wider stand for the TV. If that’s not your problem (“don’t lock the TV!”), You don’t need to budget extra space.