The TV bed has spiked in popularity in recent years, and for good reason! They’re an incredibly smart and convenient addition to any bedroom, no matter how big or small. There are many kinds of TV beds available, with lots showcased on our website and in our Haydock showroom. With so many finishes and sizes out there, it’s clear that not one just size of TV is going to be applicable for all beds. Add into the mix the personal preference of the user, and there are beds out there that can accommodate screens of all sizes!
But the question is, which one is the ideal size for your TV bed? We’re here to give you the answers you’re looking for in this blog post.
What’s the biggest screen for a TV bed?
Due to the advancements in the production of TV beds, it’s now feasible to fit all kinds of flat screen TVs at the bottom of your bed. Universal brackets allow this to happen, so you can easily fit your own TV without having to fork out hundreds of pounds on a brand new one.
TV beds of the modern day can accommodate some of the largest home TVs around. TVs of up to 43” in size can now be put at the bottom of your bed, giving you the ultimate home, cinematic experience.
If you already own a TV that is smaller than or including this size, then you’ll be happy to know that our TV beds will be able to accommodate them. To make sure it fits the exact bed you want, be sure to check on its specific product page.
How far away will you be from the screen?
Safety should always be a top concern when it comes to TV beds. This is especially true if your eyes are going to be fixated on a screen for long, uninterrupted periods. On a TV bed, the distance between the headboard (where you’d be watching from) and the TV stand would be around 1.8m (5’9”). As a general rule of thumb, the size of your TV for this distance should be 32”. Of course, there are larger options out there, but they can become quite a strain on the eyes should you be watching from so close. Normally, larger TVs are situated in the living room, for example, where you’ll be sat in couches that are further away than this distance.
Of course, there is no set rule as to how big the TV should and needs to be, this is entirely down to personal preference. But if you’re looking to remain as safe as possible when using your TV bed, then sticking to this guide should help.
How much will it cost?
One thing that many people pay close attention to when purchasing a TV bed is the cost. The myth that all TV beds cost upwards of 4 figures is slowly being dispelled, as more and more are noticing that TV beds, including a double bed with TV, can now be purchased for as little as £500! The fact that you can now implement your own TV on any existing bed immediately saves hundreds of pounds, making them a much more attractive proposition.
Fancy one for yourself?
If you’re interested in knowing more about our TV beds, or purchasing one for yourself straight away, then you’ve come to the right place at TVBed.co.uk! Our specialist team are able to answer any questions you have, as well as offering a reliable delivery service, straight to your door.
Be sure to browse through our extensive range, including our selection of TV bed with storage today.
If you’d like to speak to one of our team today, call us directly on 01942 718471 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill out our online enquiry form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.