There is no better luxury than having a cozy TV lounge in your home, so that you can binge-watch all your favorite TV shows, without disturbing anybody, comfortably in your own space. The whole process of designing the interior of the TV lounge can be quite overwhelming, as you are investing large amounts without a guarantee of the exact outcome. Creating a TV lounge isn’t just about setting up a TV in a room with a sofa. If you want to make this area unique to the rest of the house you need to take some effort to do so. To begin with, start collecting tips from decorating books and social media sites like Youtube and Pinterest. You have a universe of decorating styles and material to select from. To get the perfect outcome, you need to think about the design, flooring, storage and furniture. It’s a combination of all these factors that give the perfect outcome.
You need to make a decision as to where exactly the TV would be setup in the room, making sure that there would be enough space between the TV and seating. Not many people take this into consideration, but the size of the TV should be decided based on the size of the room. It’s not very advisable to go for wall paper that adds pattern and texture, especially if the room is small. Avoid adding patterned wallpaper to the wall that the TV is going to be mounted on to. Best is to paint the wall in a bold color or put up a vibrant wall paper with no patterns.
Ideal type of flooring for a TV lounge would be wood or carpet. If you choose to add wood, a reliable timber floor installer in Syndey would have to be contacted so that you can ensure high quality timber flooring.
If you are uncertain about the maintenance, best is to contact a laminate floor installer. Solid flooring Castle Hill resist scratching and staining and are prone to water damage. Carpeting is also an ideal flooring solution for a TV lounge. The stronger the texture, the more casual its effect would be. If the carpet is going to have a sisal-look, then the sofa could be velvety and vice versa.
Furniture arrangements should be decided carefully when designing your TV lounge. An overcrowded space can ruin the aesthetics of the room. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have enough seating space. In fact, the whole point of a TV room is to sit and enjoy TV. Throwing some large cushions on the floor and keeping one or two bean bags around provides additional seating and adds on to the cozy look of the room.