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Selecting the ideal TV stand for your home is essential. An undersized stand risks instability, while an oversized one can disrupt the room's aesthetic harmony. It's imperative to find the perfect balance that suits both your TV and the dimensions of your space.

But fret not, we've simplified the process for you. We've curated a straightforward UK TV size guide and chart, aiding you in determining the optimal dimensions for your TV and selecting the ideal stand for your living space.

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Step 1: Find the Actual Width of your TV

TVs are measured diagonally. That means that only the size of the screen is measured and advertised, and not the frame around it. As such, your 140cm (55-inch) TV does not actually have a 140cm (55-inch) width. 

So opt for the classic approach and don't rely on the screen size

Screen Size (Not including Bezel Frame)

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Step 2: Find the right TV stand size

it’s time to find the perfect TV stand, the one that will welcome your TV and fit perfectly in your living room, office or bedroom

For the perfect support and the most comfortable viewing experience, we recommend getting a TV Stand that is at least a few inches wider than your TV. As a rule of thumb,about 7.5cm (3 inches) from the edge of your TV to the edge of the TV stand is ideal. This will help keep your TV safe, centered and visually balanced.

Step 3: Find the right TV stand height

Before choosing your cabinet, you also need to take into account your TV stand height. The height of your TV stand is essential to have the best viewing experience (and the least amount of back and neck pain).

As a general rule, you want the centre of your TV to be at eye level or a little bit below. To figure out the ideal height, sit in your favourite chair or sofa, measure the distance from the floor to your eye-level and subtract half of the TV’s height. Within one or two inches of that height is the ideal TV stand height.