Take a number of smaller screens – televisions, computer monitors, etc. – arrange them in a continuous display to form one large screen, and you have a video wall. Sound simple? It is! But the flexibility gained by using several smaller screens instead of one large one allows you to put a video wall in nearly any room in your house! Below are some of the more common arrangements (and you can find some of the best televisions here)

Lounge/Living room

Most people use their lounge more for television and film watching than just about anything else. But the old “tv-and-sofa” configuration is tired and a bit blasé. Shake things up by installing a video wall! Mounting the screens flat against the wall saves space, and with a large enough setup, you can easily transform your lounge into a mini-home cinema.

Kitchen

If you’re getting much of your culinary inspiration from cooking shows and instructional videos (and let’s face it, who isn’t?), then adding a video wall to the kitchen makes perfect sense. Add a few screens above your preferred countertop, and you’ve got the ideal way to watch that one video on how to properly slice an onion – for the 100th time.

Game Room

Avid about your video games? The latest high-tech screens forming a giant wall in your game room will certainly improve your experience, if not your abilities. Video games and video walls are the perfect fit, allowing you to get the most out of any game.

Home Office

Another common application of a video wall is in the home office. The multiple screens in a video wall allow you to pull up the most recent project on one screen, presentation on another, and that last-minute memo from your boss as well.

These are only a few of the many options for video walls in your home. You could add a smaller video wall to your bedroom for a lazy night in, or even install one in a sheltered patio or glasshouse. You’re sure to find a perfect place for a video wall in your home as well!

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