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4 Considerations When Finding the Sweet Spot for Your TV

Many individuals often struggle with finding the ideal spot at home for large appliances because they can take up a lot of space. In addition, their location can also affect their functionality. For example, the back of a refrigerator should be at least two inches from the wall for proper airflow.

Additionally, an appliance’s position can impact how easy you can use it. In the case of a TV, its placement can influence your viewing comfort. If you don’t pay attention to where you put your TV, you can end up craning your neck or straining your eyes. That’s why before buying a television in the Philippines, you need to carefully think about its location whether you are installing it in your bedroom or living space. 

To help you find the sweet spot for your TV so you can have a pleasant viewing experience, here are some factors you need to consider: 

Stay Away from Windows

A room with plenty of natural light can reduce the need to turn on electric ones, which can then lower your energy consumption. However, the number of windows in a room can be an issue when it comes to your TV’s position. Generally, you want to avoid placing your TV in front or opposite a window because it can increase the glare. This can make it difficult to see the screen. Instead, place the TV in a spot by the wall with the least windows or where natural light won’t reflect on the screen.

If you’re installing the TV in a room with a lot of windows, the best solution is to put up window treatments like curtains or blinds. You can also choose to install opaque drapes that can block most of the sunlight entering the room and thus eliminate glare.

Mount The TV on the Wall or Use a Stand

Many homeowners with limited space often choose to mount their TV on the wall. If this is something you want to do, make sure your wall is suitable for TV mounting. Prepare the exact spot on the wall where you will attach the mounting mechanism. Create guide holes to help give you an idea if the TV will be leveled once secured in place. Remember, this will be your TV’s permanent position so you need to be certain of the location. You should also aim to prevent damage to adjacent areas of the mounting wall.

If your wall is not fit for TV installation or you like rearranging furniture every once in a while, it’s best to position your TV using a stand. Depending on your design preference and your appliance, you can select from a variety of TV stands to prop your TV in place. For example, you can use a wooden dresser to support the TV for a cozy interior. On the other hand, some smart TVs come with a metal stand that makes the appliance appear like a piece of artwork. This kind of stand also helps create a chic modern look.

Distance From the Power Source

Before you install a TV in any room, locate the nearest power outlet first. Ideally, you want to position the appliance as close to the electrical outlet and internet connection port as possible. This can eliminate the need for lengthy extension cords and extra wires, which can sometimes add to visual clutter. Also, make sure there are ample power outlets to plug in supplementary entertainment devices like your soundbar and video player. By putting your TV near the electrical source, you can easily set up and enjoy your entertainment system.

Ideal Height Placement

Whether you want to hang the TV on the wall or use a stand to keep it in place, another important factor to consider is height. The best choice is to install your TV at the eye level of someone sitting down not standing up. If you install it too high or too low, you can end up craning your neck just to view the screen properly. This can cause discomfort on your neck and shoulders. Make sure to mount your TV at a height that your head will line up with the middle of the screen so you can watch comfortably. 


It can be challenging to choose the perfect place at home to put your television. You need to consider factors such as glare from sunlight, distance from the nearest electrical outlet, and more. In addition, you need to think about a location where you can comfortably watch TV and how it can naturally blend with your interior. This is why it’s ideal to decide where and how to install your TV right from the beginning of designing your space. By factoring in both your viewing experience and the space’s aesthetic appeal, you’ll be able to find the sweet spot for your TV.