📺 Thinking about getting a new TV for your living room?

Here are a few decorating aspects to consider when the TV is the focal point of any room.
1. The Size
Your new TV will likely be larger than the current one. You’ll need to make accommodations for the new TV.
2. Frequency Of Use
If you use it on a daily basis, you’ll want to display it in a way that makes it easy and convenient to use. If you only turn it on once in a while, you may want to choose options that minimize or hide its appearance.
3. Its Location In The Room
Be sure your new TV’s placement is within a comfortable line of sight for most seating options in the room.
4. The Lighting
Certain lighting can glare on larger TV screens, so it’s a good idea to have multiple lighting sources that are adjustable.
5. Cables And Cords
Unsightly cables and electrical cords can ruin the look of any room. You could choose one of the many cord management systems available for purchase rather than opting for twist ties or cable ties, which can be unsightly.
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