AN INTERIOR designer has insisted people shouldn't put their TVs on walls in their home – saying it looks "naff".
Anna Campbell-Jones is a judge on BBC show Scotland’s Home Of The Year and runs her own interiors design business, Habitus, in Glasgow.
In a recent radio interview, the interiors pro said a big television is the last thing people should put on their walls.
They should, she argued, always be on a table or console.
Speaking to Rachel Burden and Rick Edwards on 5 Live Breakfast, Anna said: "A TV is a big black shiny rectangle.
"If you were decorating the walls of your home, a big, black shiny rectangle is not – maybe even the last thing you would want to put on the wall to decorate it.
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"Then it’s at a funny height. If you put a TV at the right height to view from a seated position, that's not really the right height for a piece of art on the wall. If you're standing up, the art would be lower than your gaze.
"I suppose so [it is a bit naff]. You’re elevating your TV to be a piece of art, which is a little bit confusing."
She added: "Obviously a big TV is absolutely fantastic when you’re watching a movie and you want that immersion experience.
"But a big TV when it’s switched off doesn’t look very pretty.
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"My TV is 40 inches and my room’s massive."
Anna's TV stance has left people divided with some branding her view "snobby".
One fumed: "I think you can have your telly wherever you like. Sounds like a snobby 'in my opinion'. Sorry Anna."
A second agreed: "Snobby view. Putting the TV out the way rather than on a table gives you load more space if you don't have a big lounge.
"It also makes it a hell of a lot more safe from rambunctious kids and pets."
And a third wrote: "I have [it on the wall] for safety reasons and have a lot more space in my living room."
Others, however, agreed that televisions have no place on walls.
One said: "TV high up on the wall above the fireplace is the absolute worst place for it."
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A second wrote: "Some people seem to have it above fireplaces which tend to give me a bit of a bad neck."
Meanwhile, a third added: "I agree, no TV on walls apart from in the pub – or if you want your living room to look like a pub."
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