Much like furniture, most people assume that a television needs to be placed against–or on–a wall. Some room layouts make this highly inconvenient, if not impossible. Rather than sticking with the norm, consider TV room dividers that include a mount for the television. Maybe even add a swivel to make the television accessible in two distinct spaces.
The Bronson Room Divider is ideal for small spaces. Completely freestanding, it features integrated cable management, two tall storage cabinets on each side of the unit, as well as plenty of open and closed storage options. Measuring 96.25″W x 24″D x 84.75″H, it provides ample privacy between the spaces. It also offers plenty of customisation: the case is available in 16 finishes, and the front and back (which can be matched or unique), come in 22 colours in either matte, mirror, glossy, or coloured glass finishes.
The Porada Mediacenter is a revolving TV-stand finished in either Oak or Canaletta Walnut for flat screen televisions. Fashioned with multiple tempered glass shelves, the unit also includes a multi-plug that provides both power and telephone outlets.
Hotel suites often offer great inspiration for small spaces.
Cable management is a given in any type of revolving unit. Adding in a storage component is also wise. If the divising wall is attached to the floor or ceiling, consider adding floating shelves that could also function as a shallow desk, serving area, or display space.