Just wondering if anyone could help me?
I am wanting to mount my television on my wall, but I dont want any of the cables to show.
How do I go about achieving this neat look in the easiest way possible!?
I know a lot of people like hiding their cabling behind the wall, but we just use a white cable tidy, which is unobtrusive. Just as long as you don't have a spagetti of many different wires/cables of different colours. Just one white one to match the white wall blends in. Can save on the expensive of an electrician and allow you to add/change components down the track.
You really shouldn't need to be an electrician to run some conduit through the wall that you can put your cables through. Do you have a nearby power point and antenna connection @JenniferB?
For the mount, obviously just be careful of the weight. TVs can be surprisingly heavy...
@BecSparky might be keen to join this conversation and recommend getting an electrician involved.
Hi @JenniferB, the easiest thing for hiding the cables would be cable ducting, as @MartyH suggested. The Bunnings web site plays tricks on me, & I wasn't able to find @MartyH's product, nor could I find the nice low profile "D" shaped duct on the site, that I've seen on their shelves.
Anyways, here's a link from another site, that shows which one I mean:
Thanks @MartyH, you're a champion.
I don't know what I do wrong, but I really struggle with searches on the Bunnings site. I've gone back over my surfing history for this morning, & only 4 D-Line products came up, none of which were what I was looking for.
It certainly looks like a D-Line product with the snap on cover, & pretty much a wider (70mm?) version of this: