Kitchens are more about functional zones of the house, and therefore, there is a more essential need to see how much you can keep the space entertaining. While placing a TV in the kitchen is not something that we see commonly in the classy homes, many of the contemporary home owners like having one. Not only you can be entertained when you are working or cooking, but this can also add in a lot of style and high tech fashion in the kitchen. Here are some unique solutions that will guide you on placing the TV in the kitchen.
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Make use of the appliance wall: Just like you have wall for the microwave, dishwasher and coffee maker, you can actually place the TV in the same wall and make the most of the appliance based designing. This is quite good when you don’t have any other option and need to ensure that TV merges well with the rest of the kitchen interior. You will also not find the awkward feeling of having a television in the cooking zone.
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Keep under cover: You can choose to have a sliding door or select a niche where the TV can be covered like any other regular kitchen appliance. This will help you in keeping things in order and have a better look without focusing the entire attention to the TV. Watch your soaps and series when you want or else, the product is just under wrap.
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Choose a part of the high wall: Elevated placement of the TV always helps in better viewing, and that’s the reason many people like hanging their television sets. Another thing that would add to make such an arrangement worthwhile is the use of space. Not all kitchens have a space for adding a TV, and the free walls are always quite a choice.
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Choose a corner: The corners of the kitchen can be a perfect place for a small TV because you don’t want it to grab all the attention. Ideal for keeping yourself engaged while working, you can switch from news channels to cooking shows without having a large place occupied. Many people like to have a smaller model, mainly because the space needs are much lesser.
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Around the breakfast nook: If you have a breakfast nook around the kitchen, the TV can fit in the wall perfectly close to it. Rather than having the television as a part of the kitchen where you are less likely to use it, the breakfast nook is just perfect for watching together with the family. You can either choose to place the TV on the kitchen island if the views are easy, or else, the wall next to the nook is just fine.
Some people like using the walls shared with other rooms, which can be a good option when you have an open style kitchen. You can even choose to create a cabinet for the same.