Give Your Room Some Old World Charm with an Art Easel TV Stand and Mount

When you look at an artist easel, you may not think of it as a place to set your flat-screen but minimalism-infused design trends have meant a new kind of screen presentation coming to market. If you want a way to show off your taste and style, for display screens between 45” and 65”, you can now set it up on an art easel as an alternative to a regular stand or wall mount.

Why would you want to set up a TV on an art easel? Isn’t this dangerous? If you’re converting a normal easel, yes it can be very risky to set a screen in it. That said, the Monoprice-designed TV easel stand is set to carry a screen up to 77 pounds in size. Its ergonomic design ensures your screen remains affixed where it should be, never falling over and kept stylishly positioned at optimum viewing levels.

If you’re an artist, you may appreciate continuing that art-friendly vibe. Just looking at this easel TV mount, anyone can appreciate its aesthetic. Unlike a standard TV setup or setting your screen up on a table, you’re saving space and the three-pronged stand allows for a free-flowing atmosphere. We don’t usually describe TV stands or wall mounts as ‘beautiful’ or ‘elegant’ but if there ever was one, this would be it.

A key feature of having an easel TV mount is also that the single tube mounting design is height adjustable. If you want your screen closer to the floor, you can make it so rather easily. If you require your TV to be elevated to a higher point so that more people can see it, you can also adjust it in the moment. Bring it to the angle that best suits your needs. On top of that, you have all the space you could want to manage your TV cables and wires. If the TV’s positioned somewhere with a lot of traffic, there are also safety brackets to add more stability.

It might not be for everybody. We know that. Surprisingly though, an art easel TV stand work well in rooms favoring a more vintage, 1970s-era inspired art look or alternatively, a modern contemporary minimalist design. It creates a very unique presentation for any media consumption, and is one that guests are not going to forget. If you like making an impression and/or want elements to add to your home that really make the space yours, home theater accessories and components a little off the beaten path work well.

Customize your TV lean and angle. Simplify your presentation with a talking point and prop, simultaneously embodying the functionality and stability anyone wants in a stand or mount. Get your easel TV stand from PrimeCables today and receive fast, free shipping to anywhere in Canada.

Should I Get a Tabletop TV Stand or a TV Wall Mount

TV wall mounts are tremendously popular in today’s home theater, media, and entertainment technology community. That said, not everyone’s so excited about them. For some, a simple tabletop TV setups is still ideal. There are definitely advantages and disadvantages to both, tabletop TV stands and TV wall mounts. Here are some of the reasons you may take one over other.

TV wall mounts

TV wall mounts really create the sense that you’re watching a film, television show, sports game, or media in a theatre setting. It looks professional, high-class, and can transform the media entertainment system experience if you haven’t used one before. There are also a number of different TV wall mount types to choose from, including more affordable basic models for under $7 and gradually more expensive ones depending on what features you want. You can add a tilt, swivel, full-motion, or pull-down over-the-fireplace type mount.

There aren’t really any big drawbacks to TV wall mounts except for the fact that some rooms aren’t built to handle them. If you don’t have an ideal wall to install a mount on, that could motivate one to go with a tabletop stand.

TV tabletop stands

TV tabletop stands are meant to sit on a table and hold your HD flat-screen suspended. It’s identical to a wall mount except of instead of mounting it to a wall, you’re simply elevating the screen up and slightly above the table. People prefer TV tabletop stands at times because the height’s adjustable, they feel the installation is more secure when it’s fixated to a flat surface as opposed to a wall, and managing a lot of cables, consoles, media boxes, HDTV antennas, or other sources of media is more accommodating.

The biggest disadvantage of a tabletop TV stand is that it takes up space. With a wall mount, screens are put up against a wall which means no space taken away from a room. Using a tabletop stand, you’re in need of a table obviously.

Which one’s better?

If you have a lot attached to your TV, a tabletop TV stand’s can be set up on something where you’ll be able to install all those consoles and devices. Using a TV wall mount, you’ll need to set up mounts for each device.

If you’re looking for a slicker, cleaner setup and have minimal devices to hook up, a TV wall mount’s a great option. You can combine it with some speaker mounts or speaker stands and really give it the look of a high-class, luxurious home theater setup.