Binge watching your favourite show in the bedroom is a night fix we all need, isn’t it? Why not make this experience even more enjoyable with stunning TV units in your bedroom?
There is nothing like catching up on your favourite sitcom at the end of the day from the comfort of your bed. Or catch up on the day’s political happenings and sports news. Many of us choose to have a TV installed in the bedroom distinct from the family entertainment centre or living room. These will give you your private screen time and can do wonders for your bedroom decor. So read on now so that you can grab the remote later and sit back for some relaxed television viewing. Here are bedroom TV unit designs – cabinets, panels and more.
TV Unit Design For Bedroom
If you want the luxury of watching your favorite sitcom from the comfort of your bed, install a TV unit at the foot of your bed. There is no reason why such a practical solution should interfere with the aesthetics of your bedroom. Making the TV unit blend well into bedroom decor is a good way of achieving a cohesive look. Shop for a TV unit that fits in seamlessly with your bedroom style and is suited to the proportions of your TV. If you don’t find one readily, go the bespoke route and have a TV unit built to your requirements.
TV Unit Design For Master Bedroom
The master bedroom surely deserves a statement – one that is befitting to the master and mistress of the home. While you can always make your television unobtrusively blend in with the rest of your bedroom, how about making a grand statement of your TV unit? Build a feature wall, using paint, wallpaper, decals, or a striking panel to highlight this space. Put in a few custom shelves or a cabinet to store the audio-visual system and use it as a display case. Style with decor items such as vases, books, and artwork to complete the look with a flourish.
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TV Cabinet Design For Bedroom
When it comes to choosing a material for a bedroom TV cabinet, you can never go wrong with wood. If the look in your room is more traditional, opt for a more classic cabinet while those favouring a more urban modern look can explore a rugged wooden effect. Reclaimed and recycled wood will lend a warm and natural feel to your room. If contemporary is your style, consider polished wood with a sleek and cool finish. With so many textures, grains, veneers and colours available, there is something for everybody when it comes to wooden TV cabinet designs for your bedroom.
TV Panel Design For Bedroom
A cool panel is a fabulous way to set off your TV in the bedroom. Pick a wall, preferably one that you can comfortably view from your bed and design a panel that goes onto it. Place your television at eye height. There are plenty of ways to add interest to the panel. Use unconventional materials such as distressed wood for a rustic touch. Or keep the lines cool and elegant in a more contemporary home. Continue the panel onto adjacent walls or even the ceiling such that it immediately draws the eye. Use contrasting colours on the panel to further accentuate the effect and create a beautifully modern look.
TV Unit Design For A Small Bedroom
A tiny bedroom can become cosy and snug haven and one that can be made even perfect with a well-placed TV unit. With some intelligent design, the smallest of spaces can accommodate all your needs. Explore all the architectural features of the room – a recess, a handy nook or cranny, an unused corner – and take complete advantage of it. Put in some custom storage for your audio-visual systems and mount your television on the wall to create an airy and clutter-free look.
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TV Showcase Design For Bedroom
What’s the one feature that can make or break any interior design? If you guessed lighting, you are right on target. Good accent lighting can highlight a piece of furniture or decor and a TV showcase is no exception to the rule. Build in some clever lighting around your TV unit to dial up its oomph and style. This not only creates a gorgeous furniture item but is also a practical solution. You may be tempted to turn off all lights for your bedtime TV viewing but refrain from doing so. Watching TV in complete darkness can strain your eyes, so some subtle and low lighting can help protect your eyes.
TV Stand Designs For Bedroom
If you are someone who swears by Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘simplicity is the ultimate sophistication’, pick a simple TV stand for your bedroom. This works all the better if your room is small or if the overall look in your room is minimalist and cool. Think a few simple shelves, preferably mounted on the wall at the foot of the bed, leaving floor space open. You can add a touch of sophistication by adding a feature to the wall behind the TV, like a simple panel. Pare the styling back in your bedroom. Your colours of choice will be monochromes and neutrals that are on the cooler end of the spectrum.
Bedroom TV Unit With Study Table
Your bedroom may need to serve functions beyond providing a respite in the company of Morpheus. It may double up as your entertainment centre. It may also need to do duty as a home office. Install a multipurpose unit houses your TV, storage shelves and a study space. Some simple drawers and cabinets can hold your audio-visual system, books and decor items. The TV can be wall-mounted or placed on the unit. Cleverly integrate study space into the furniture, with a working space, clever task lighting and seating solution.
LCD Panel Designs For Bedroom
You will often find LCD panels mounted on the wall near the foot of the bed. Buck this trend and install the LCD panel on a bedroom wall that cannot be directly viewed from the bed. If your bedroom proportions allow you the luxury, build a separate entertainment zone complete with comfortable seating, a panel to support your LCD and a cabinet of drawers and shelves. Breaking up the room like this will demarcate the zones. You will have the option of turning on your TV whenever you fancy but at the same time, not having direct viewing access from the bed will limit your screen time.