You can mount a TV from your wall, ceiling, or from the floor, above a fireplace, in an RV, or even on portable wheels. There are so many ways.
Here is a list of all the ways to mount your TV.
1. The wall
If there’s a favorite spot to suspend anything around the house, the spot would be on the walls. Every room has ample room on the walls and installing your TV on a wall will save a huge amount of space, this lets you maximize your floor space even better.
One of the main reasons homeowners install their TV on the wall is the freedom to fit and move the viewing location as needed with tilt and extendable arms.
Our preference drives TVs literally up the wall to become part of a room’s interior decor and to blend with other room furnishings.
Here are the different ways you can attach your TV to the wall in this infographic I made.
2. The ceiling
Ceilings are the most discreet way to set up your TV as a secondary focal point. Albeit ceiling mounting requires more work to install, the 30-inch TV space you can save from not mounting your TV on the floor also means a cleaner room and better safety and protection if you have kids or pets playing around.
Ideal for master bedrooms from a reclining position in bed motorized ceiling mounts cut the cake. This sleepy way of watching TV lets you control your mount tilt position hands-free.
So if you don’t want your TV to obstruct your floor space, here are all the ways how you can mount your TV on the ceiling in this infographic I made.
So you don’t want to drill holes in your walls or on your ceiling? That calls for mounting TVs on a stand. This traditional way of displaying your TV not only makes your TV a central focal point.
Depending on the type of stand you can also move your TV on wheels and install that bad boy without the hassle of having to measure your TV height or doing any drilling. Thanks to pre-measured console tables, adjustable TV stands let you adjust the height on the fly.
You can now keep your TV upright without worrying about viewing angles or drilling in unknown wall cavities.
4. On your RV
Your camper van is not going to get out of style anytime soon. Your well-invested television deserves a great place and protection too.
For whatever spot in the RV you want to position your TV, there is always a way to mount it safely and without the risk of falling when encountering bumps on a long road while driving.