While entertainment walls have always been an important living room feature, over the last year and a bit, they’ve taken on a much larger role. This is especially true for the television.
“With most of us spending the better part of last year at home, and now, going into winter, we’re expecting it to be much the same, your TV i.e., entertainment hub, has been, and will continue to be, for many their only source of normalcy in an otherwise abnormal world,” explains SKYWORTH brand manager Jaco Joubert.
With the TV taking pride of place in many living rooms, finding the right balance between functionality, furniture arrangement and décor can be tricky.
“That’s why it’s as much the type of TV you invest in as it is about interior decorating and room functionality. SKYWORTH’s SUC9300 Pro isn’t simply a TV; it’s a work of art that can fit seamlessly into any space with its slim, sleek design,” says Joubert.
Incorporating your SKYWORTH SUC9300 Pro TV
Joubert provides some tips for decorating with TV without compromising your style integrity:
Pick a focal point
If your TV is your focal point, then place it in the centre of the sitting area. If you have another focal point such as a mantel piece or a bay window, then think about placing it on the wall adjacent to the focal point so it can still be viewed comfortably.
Incorporate your TV into your décor by placing it on a unit such as a bookcase and surround it with books, objects, and frames. To bring it together even more, surround it with a gallery wall of photography or art in black frames.
Built-in shelving surround
A TV surrounded by built-in shelving can be an eye-catching media centre. With this solution, you can fill the space with other ornaments, books, and plants. Cabinets, drawers, and shelves can be used to house cables, remotes, and other electronic components.
Make it art
Surround your television with a selection of framed paintings or drawings to create a stylish display. Use a variety of sizes and mount them on the wall in a loose, casual arrangement.
Then, add in the TV as if the rectangular shape is just another piece of work to fit into the mix.
“What’s great about the SUC9300 Pro, among many other things, is the far-field voice control up to five metres away, meaning no more fussing with a remote when you’re in the kitchen, in the room next door, or you simply don’t feel like getting up off the comfy couch to find the remote,” Joubert concludes.