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Home Pimping -
Making a Super TV Lovers’ Cave for 2016
Your living room is
supposed to be the TV relaxation spot in the home, but if
you're living with family and
friends, it's often difficult to
get your wish! From playful kids to other people wanting to
see something else on TV, the distractions in the living
room are often too much for real TV lovers. This is why most
TV lovers cherish their TV cave.
This piece takes a look at how to come up with the
Ultimate TV cave for you, or for you and your partner.
Choose the right
The TV is the
centerpiece of this cave, so why not? Choosing the right TV
comes down to personal preferences because there are many
options to choose from these days.
TV mounting experts JNB Aerials told us:
“We advise going with
at least a 55-inch Ultra HD TV. This is a perfect fit for
most TV rooms, since these TVs offer wide viewing angles
without pixelating (as long as they are mounted at the front
center of the room”).
It doesn’t matter if
you are curled up with your partner, or have the girls or
guys over for the weekend, everyone can enjoy a quality
viewing experience, regardless of their position in the room
with the right TV and the right mounting position.”
Bring in proper
It’s impossible to
enjoy your TV session if you’re not comfortable, so it’s
important to have optimal seating. You might be in front of
the TV for hours at a time, so you need a seating
arrangement that will allow you to retain a good viewing
angle-- whether you’re sitting or lying down. A circular
sofa is often the preferred option as it allows anyone in
your TV cave to sit or lie down while watching, and it also
allows ample room for you to get lovey-dovey with your
Don’t forget to
throw in some pillows and blankets.
Bring in the
right audio system
TVs these days are
fairly loud, but you will not enjoy a truly immersive
experience without having a quality audio system in your TV
cave. There are many decent options to choose from, so you
can always find a setup that is fully within your budget.
The ultimate TV cave
doesn’t have room for natural lighting, so you need to have
artificial lighting around the space. Thankfully, there are
many floor lamps and LED setups that can be controled with a
remote. In some cases, your smartphone is the remote! This
ensures that you can easily control lighting without even
getting off the sofa.
Install a fridge
The hours pass very
quickly when you’re watching your favorite shows on TV, and
this means thirst and hunger pangs. Even when you’re not
really hungry, nothing beats having some chips and soda to
keep the taste buds happy while watching TV. Having a small
fridge in the TV cave eliminates the need to go to the
kitchen at intervals. Of course, it’s easy to head to the
kitchen during ads, but think of the effort if your TV cave
is located in the basement, attic or garage!
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