From finding the best TV viewing location in your room, to what to do with the wall behind the TV, or even how to design a living room with a fireplace and TV, these design questions can be overwhelming.
The point is, you simply cannot enjoy a good TV binge with a low-quality setup. So, we’ve taken the time to answer one of our biggest questions about TVs: What size TV stand is right for your TV?
Before buying a TV stand, you need to determine what size you have. TVs are measured diagonally, so if you don’t know the size of your TV, take out the measuring tape and measure from the bottom left to the top right of your TV screen. It is also worth measuring the entire width of your TV. Both of these measurements will help determine which TV stand dimensions to consider.
Our basic rule of thumb when choosing an appropriately sized media stand is to be at least a few inches (if not feet) wider than the base of your TV. This gives your TV enough room to sit comfortably overhead and helps visually balance your multimedia setup.
If you want to place beautiful items like vases or books on the sides, be sure to leave more place. If you are not worried about this, you do not need to allocate additional space.
Choose your adventure. Once you identify how big your TV is, scroll through the size list below and find the best TV stand size!
For a 65 “TV, we suggest a media stand that is at least 57” wide. Consider getting a little bigger if you want to add some decor to the surface of your TV stand since the width of your TV here takes up the entire surface of that TV stand size. But if you don’t have extra space to play in your living room, this size will work for you!
Both medium and large media stands are suitable for a 55-inch TV, so whichever you choose will depend on the floor space required. But as you can see, the 55-inch TV fits easily on this 57-inch media console.
The medium-sized media box is ideal for a 43 ” TV. At 57 inches wide, this pair looks perfectly balanced and leaves plenty of headroom on either side of the TV for a few small decorative accents, remote placement, or just some breathing room.
If your TV isn’t the focal point of your living room, you might have a tinier screen, like a 32-inch TV. These small multimedia boxes can fit almost anywhere. You will have an entire room to work in, even with the small size of the TV stand.