TV panels crafted from Sheesham wood are considered to be the most durable as compared to other materials.
For example, if you have a 55″ TV and do not want any over hang on the TV console, you will want to get one that is at least 50″ wide. Measure your TV to get it’s true width to be sure though. A rule of thumb for us here is to have about 3 inches (give or take) of overhang on each end of your TV panel.
A metal TV stand will be sturdy, more lightweight than wood, and have a potentially slimmer profile however Wood, being the most traditional furniture material, is also the most common TV stand construction. It is essential to consider aesthetics and functionality. Additionally, one should look at the layout and the size of the living room before deciding on the exact spot to fix the panel.
Creating an accent wall in grey or black for a TV wall can be a smart choice because the colour is surprisingly camouflaging. Grey or black tones can conceal unwanted elements. You can either make a minimalist statement by keeping accessories and accents to a minimum or jazz it up, depending on your design goals.