What do all these things have in common? Nothing really I mean how can a backache have anything to do with corner TV stands? They don’t really however this was the basis of the conversation with my husband this morning. Ever since my husband repainted quite a few rooms in the house his back has been really aching at night.
Last night due to my daughter being sick and crawling into our bed my husband didn’t want to take any chances and crawled into Buddy’s bed to sleep. Where was Buddy? Well he was in the living room watching TV. Yeah talk about musical bedrooms.
Anyway my husband was complaining about how low the TV stand was and how he couldn’t get comfortable in the bed due to his back ache and the angle of the television. I happened to be flipping through some ads and came across TV stands for flat screen TV’s. It wasn’t so much the TV I was interested in but instead the flat screen TV.
One thing I’ve always wished we had in all bedrooms were flat screen TV’s mounted on the wall. High enough that you can lay back and see the TV without twisting and turning and trying to get comfortable. However more then likely we will never actually mount our TV’s on the wall due to the fact we rent. So instead I found this cool black 40″ TV stand that seems to position the TV a little higher. Of course this still requires a flat screen TV (hint, hint)