This is how you can put the TV in the corner
Putting the television in a corner, or in a corner, as some say, is a nuisance, you have to admit it. But hey, if we have no choice, then we'll have to put it there as best we can, right?
The fact is that a few months ago I did a project in which I faced the most irregular room of my entire life. I couldn't even tell you what shape it was, geometrically speaking.
The fact is that television had to go in the corner yes or yes, and I found several ideas that are the ones that I want to present to you in this article. Specifically 17 effective solutions to put the television in a corner.
Some are simply furniture specifically designed for these situations, others are more handmade, but all of them can serve you.
Let's start with the crafts. Let's see them.
We start with one of the simplest. As you can see, you don't even need a corner TV cabinet to put a television in a corner.
With two boards that go from wall to wall you can mount a straight support on which to put the television.
Let's see the next solution.
Much more elaborate, but as good a solution as any if it works for you.
In this case, a little work needs to be done, and not just to create a stand for the television.
Since you do the work to box the fireplace in the corner, take advantage of the upper part to put the television.
If you don't need a fireplace, you can make a wall just for the television and then cover it with some material to make it stand out and create an original focal point in the room.
Let's go for the next solution.
In this case, there is also a pillar in the corner, which makes it even more difficult to add a TV cabinet in the corner.
And in this case, the solution came in the form of a wall-to-wall board that uses the entire angle of the corner to create a straight support for the TV.
Then some matching modules on each wall to complete the TV cabinet in the area below. Modules that you can perfectly do without, since here the idea to put the television in the corner is given by the wooden board that saves the pillar.
Let's keep going.
We have seen boards horizontally, from wall to wall creating a straight support, but we can also use a board vertically, from floor to ceiling, and put the television on it.
A TV stand placed in such a way that the television occupies the corner. No furniture, no boards or planks. Only television.
To do this, you need an arm-type television mount that allows you to rotate the television at different angles, making it fit right in the corner.
It is the simplest and fastest solution.
Thousand Ideas Photography
This is the solution I adopted for my clients' homes, the one I mentioned before.
Instead of just using the corner, as one of the walls was long enough to put a TV cabinet, we put the cabinet on that wall and the television on a swivel stand to be able to see it comfortably from the front from the sofa, and to be able to pick it up when was not seen.
Let's see more ideas.
tailored. This is the ultimate solution. No doubt. You hire a carpenter or interior designer to design the furniture and take full advantage of all the space.
It does not matter what the corner is like, in this way the space is fully used. It is the most expensive solution of all, but as he said, it is the definitive one.
Working. Just as you can build a TV corner cabinet with wood, you can also do it on site. With plasterboard or plaster and to measure, taking advantage of the gap and perfectly integrating the television. Then you can leave it as is or add moldings, doors, borders and other wooden elements.
In addition to these ideas to put the television in the corner, more homemade or handmade that we have just seen, we also have at our disposal a multitude of corner furniture for television.
I have compiled a few, to cover the most defined tastes and possible styles that exist. Take a look at them because surely there is one that interests you, if none of the solutions that we have seen have worked for you.
Simple and unpretentious. Perhaps perfect for a rental house. A corner cabinet for television in Nordic style in white and wood with two envelopes to put the television and the different devices that we use, such as the console, for example. It is from La Redoute and you can see more details or buy it here.
Equally simple, but somewhat more elaborate and prepared to serve as a corner television cabinet, made of oak. It's also from La Redoute and you can buy it here.
Vintage style, in dark wood with metal legs. Simple and practical. This corner cabinet is also from La Redoute and you can see more details or buy it here.
More classic and with more body, even with storage space. All in white with black details. From La Redoute, you can see more details or buy it here.
For houses or rooms with a more rustic style, this other corner piece of furniture is perfect. Same as above but finished in natural wood. Also from La Redoute, you can see more details or buy it here.
With a more modern and up-to-date design, for rooms in keeping with this style, this other modular piece of furniture in lacquered white and with LEDs adapts perfectly to any corner, regardless of the angle it has, since it is modular and we can adapt it without any problem. You can see more details or buy it here.
Something more complete. For those who want a modern corner unit with a large storage capacity, this could be the model they need. Finished in wood and lacquered white, it has the perfect style and finishes to integrate into any contemporary living room today. You can see more details or buy it here.
Simpler but also practical. For small modern-style rooms that need a corner piece of furniture. In addition, as it is modular, it also adapts to the different possible angles of the corner.
It is available in white and light wood tones, like the one we see above these lines that you can see or buy by clicking here, or in other tones, as we see just below this paragraph.
In light wood type ash and black. You can see more details by clicking here.
Well, these have been the ideas and solutions to put a television in a corner or corner. I hope some of them have been of use to you. And if you have any questions or suggestions, I will be happy to answer you in the comments
Do you think this article can help a friend, relative or acquaintance? Well share it. Thanks.
And now don't miss this article where I tell you how to effectively hide television cables.
And if you have more corners at home that you want to decorate, here you can see ideas to decorate corners and "dead" areas at home.
Deja una respuesta