I tell you what’s been going mental recently is the number of people wanting their TV’s wall mounted. I say to them “good for you”. It looks great, seeing a telly miraculously floating mid-wall out of the way of tiny and often grubby paws. Also it frees up space that can be utilised for lets say a wine rack, a beer refrigerator or perhaps a book shelf (boring!!).
What is sometimes overlooked is how is that hovering TV is going to be powered, how will it get it’s signal and how can I connect my blue ray DVD to it? In other words where will the necessary evil cables go? Don’t ask me I haven’t seen your lounge/kitchen/bedroom but what I would say is this:
Check the proximity of your electrical/aerial/satellite sockets
Do they require moving?
Do you want your cable to be chased in to the wall or are you happy to have them in trunking?
Questions, questions innit – but your installation could look like this (or better)