How to Put TV in Your Kitchen Room
This is about the ways to put a TV in the kitchen. some people consider TV as their friend, especially when they work in the kitchen. They can cook while they are watching cooking TV program. the problem is that where should we put TV in our kitchen. Rebekah Zaveloff will try to answer that question. here, she gives several ideas and consideration to choose the appropriate place for your TV. She offers you 14 ways. just take these out.
1. Treat the TV as an appliance. When the TV is treated as one appliance among many on a wall, it almost becomes invisible. I love the idea of an appliance wall anyway. It just makes sense as compared to having them spread out all over the kitchen. None of these particular appliances are main tasking ones, so it’s fine for them to be outside the main work triangle.
Camouflage appeals to my sensibilities. This TV looks like another appliance stacked above the double oven. One could almost mistake it for a microwave!
2. Hide it in a niche. Very clever solution, painting the back of shallow niche a blue color to tie it in with the other cabinetry and disguising the TV in the process
3. Tuck it into a shelf. There’s no reason you can’t put a small TV on a shelf the same way one might deal with a microwave. In a more traditional kitchen it would be strange to treat it with a modern solution anyway. Sometimes the simplest solution is best.
4. Hang it high. One issue with finding a less conspicuous place for a TV in a kitchen, is that it may end up a little higher than is ideally suited to viewing. Still, a taller height can work for viewers who may be standing or watching from across the room.
If a higher placement works for you, it can go over the refrigerator or over the pantry, take your pick. And if it still offends you, add some pocket doors that can be closed when not in viewing mode.
5. Put it at chef’s eye level. The TV tucked into this corner is ideally suited to the cook, possibly for watching the news or cooking channels? When locating the perfect spot for your kitchen TV, think about who will be viewing it and from what location. Does it need to be
6. Make it viewable from the island. Where you put the TV really depends on the kitchen layout; whether or not it can be easily viewed by the cook and the kids or guests. This layout works well since it’s got seating on two sides of the island.
The location of this TV is perfect for someone prepping at the peninsula or for whoever is sitting there eating or hanging out.
7. Add it to the message center. Electronics are just a fact of modern life, so consider having your TV, phone charger and music in one spot.
8. If you have a lot of dishes to do… Not sure about the TV behind the sink idea — I’d be a little worried about water splashing, but I couldn’t help but include this clever one. I do like the fact that the color of the TV’s frame blends in with the tile.
9. Ah, the wall mounted pivoting arm option. At least this one is tiny and inconspicuous. Since there are no wall cabinets in this sleek kitchen, it works well with the overall design.
For some reason, if a wall mount is the only option, it looks better when it’s flush up against the wall rather than at an angle on a mounting arm…I think it has something to do with it referring to the way art is hung rather than a bar or hospital setting thing again.
10. Tuck it into a corner. As I mentioned before, sometimes the simplest solution is the best. A small TV in the corner can be the least noticeable option.
Funny enough, I don’t mind things like mixers, toasters or small TVs on the countertop. Especially in a more traditional kitchen, designing the TV into a cabinet can put a real damper on the design. The corner is often dead space anyway, so it’s the perfect spot.
11. Drop it down. There’s always the airplane-style flip-down solution. If you can tuck these away behind a light valance it can be a great option, though the sizes are more limited.
I don’t mind the flip-down TV mount mixed in with other small appliances. The mix of metal makes it work.
12. Borrow a family room wall. If you have the good fortune of a larger space with the kitchen and family room as one, you’re dilemma may be solved with a larger TV in the family room which can be seen from the kitchen.
13. Add it to the breakfast nook. A clever niche in kitchen banquette area is a great solution, even better if you can build in shelves to conceal it a bit more.
14. Hide it in the island. The end of an island can be a great spot to hide a TV in a kitchen open to the family room. Because this one is on the large side, it’s a bit low to the ground, but there are often trade-offs in design and remodeling. If you went with a slightly smaller screen, you could put it up on a shelf to get it off the ground a bit — and I wouldn’t mind pocket doors to hide it when it’s not in use.Field in: kitchen banquette, kitchen banquette ideas, kitchen tv ideas, tv in the kitchen, 15 kitchen tv