Wednesday, December 23, 2015
The early days of television watching saw an upsurge of television cabinetry: purpose-built furniture designed to house and hide away the bulky and unsightly television sets, hi-fi systems and radios of the time. With the advent of smaller and more streamlined, attractive television and radio sets the need for disguising furniture fell away, freeing up space for even larger sets, especially with regards to television screens. There is little more satisfying than a minimally furnished beach-side apartment in Perth or Sydney, Australia, with easy access to the ocean and a fantastic television to unwind with after the day is done! The day of purpose-built television cabinets, however, is far from over. Or rather, it is probably more accurate to say that the day of this useful piece of furniture is on its way back with suppliers like RVM Australia coming up with ultra modern and classic designs.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
A wall mounted flat screen TV can help your room look a lot sleeker. With unruly wiring out of sight, you can achieve a far more pleasant and modern feel to any room. If that’s not enough to convince you, here are three other compelling reasons why you should your flat screen TV wall mount now. 1. Save more space. Brackets can range from 12mm to 130mm between the TV and the wall, but that’s negligible compared to a cabinet that can certainly take up a lot more space. Therefore, because you can mount your TV to any durable wall-like surface, you don’t have to limit your new furniture to one particular use or area.
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
One of the most enjoyable ways to unwind at the end of a busy day, whether you’re in Perth or Sydney, is by watching your favourite shows or movies. Did you know, however, that the way your television is set up can actually affect your viewing experience? Homeowners who have yet to set up their flat screen televisions can choose between the table top stand or installing a flat screen TV wall mount. At first glance, it might seem easy to just use the stand included, but in the long run, mounting the unit on the wall can be more beneficial for certain reasons.
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One main advantage is that it saves space. This is especially true if you have a relatively smaller space, and wants to minimise the furniture as much as possible. Mounting also saves you from the expense of buying a suitable furniture piece for your TV, if you didn’t have one yet. Strong and durable brackets and mounting materials can ensure the safety of your TV. Also, your choice of brackets can add to the room's décor. Many brackets facilitate a way to hide the wires stemming from the back of your TV, to give your living room a clean and stylish look. Many modern TVs also come with features that allow you to set a slideshow screen saver, essentially turning your TV into an ever-changing mounted photo frame.
Another benefit of mounting your TV is the achievement of an optimal viewing angle. Mounted TV brackets didn’t become so popular out of the blue; they were originally developed to give you a great viewing experience. The added height of the screen gives a great angle to everyone in the room. It can also offer some important health benefits for certain people, as mounted TVs have been proven to help prevent neck or eye strain.