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TV Mount Buying Guide: Best TV Mounts for the Home

Posted on 09, January, 2020

Last Modified on 14, January, 2020

Best for Corners

LCD Bracket

$80.99
Corner TV Wall Mount, Articulating Arm, for Monitors 37 to 63", with Level - Black

Best for Curved TVs

Curved TV Wall Mount with Integrated Cable Organization

$98.99
Curved TV Wall Mount with Articulating Arm, Fits Monitors 32 - 65", Tilting - Black


So, you're thinking about mounting your TV? Unlike the out-of-the-box stand that comes with many TVs, an adjustable bracket gives users easier access to cords and cables and frees up floor or countertop space. There are many mounting options available, allowing you to place your TV practically anywhere in your home. In this guide, we’ll navigate the best TV mounts from Displays2go, and help you decide which solution is best for your screen.

What should I consider when purchasing a TV mount?

If you already have your TV, you'll want to find a compatible mount that matches your monitor's specs. There are two main dimensions you need to confirm before looking for a mounting bracket:

  • Screen Size: The size of your TV is the diagonal length measured from corner to corner of your screen. You can find this measurement on the box, in the user manual, or with a tape measure.
  • VESA Compliance: A monitor's VESA size is the distance between the mounting holes on the back of your TV. Measured in millimeters, VESA is expressed as 400x400. The first measurement is from left to right, and the second measurement is top to bottom.

After confirming these measurements, you'll want to consider how you plan to mount your TV.

  • Orientation: Would you like to mount your TV in landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation? A rotating bracket will usually allow both, but many mounts can are built for one or the other.
  • Motion: There are several types of mounting brackets that can perform various movements. The four main motions are:
  • Panning: A left or right angled movement.
  • Tilting: An upward or downward angled movement.
  • Swiveling: A left or right angled movement on an extension.
  • Articulating: Full freedom of movement.
  • Rotating: Switch from landscape to portrait, or anywhere in between!
  • Placement: Finally, you should determine where you want to place your TV. Will you hang it from the ceiling, mount on a wall, prop it in the corner, or place it on a TV stand? Each of these placements can present unique challenges and require different mounting solutions. Once you choose your mount, make sure to avoid common TV mounting mistakes.

Best Overall

Full Motion TV Mount
$123.53
TV Wall Mount w/ Articulating Arm, Fits Monitors 42”-90”, Tilting & Rotating - Black

This articulating TV mount tops our list for a few reasons: it's super easy to install, has a wide range of motion, and can support up to 200 lbs. The articulating arm extends from 3.8" to 31", allowing for multiple viewing angles and easy access to cables. The bracket tilts and rotates, so you can easily switch your TV from landscape to portrait orientation without removing it from the wall. Designed for convenience, the articulating arm features several built-in pockets for cable management.

VESA Mount Review
  • Monitor Size Range: 42" to 90"
  • VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 400x400, 600x400, 600x600, 800x600, 400x600
  • Orientation: Landscape and Portrait
  • Motion: Tilting, Rotating, Articulating, Panning

Best TV Mount for Corners

Corner TV Mount
$80.99
Corner TV Wall Mount, Articulating Arm, for Monitors 37 to 63", with Level - Black

How do you mount a TV in the corner of a room? There are two types of brackets that can mount a television in this 90-degree tight space: a mount with an articulating arm that allows you to mount to only one wall then adjust the viewing angle of your TV, or a special corner TV mount like this one which features adjustable wall plates which can be installed onto two adjacent walls. With an articulating arm, the bracket extends from 4.6" to 20.3", allowing users to fit 37" to 63" screens. When mounting a TV in a corner, it's important to check the width of your TV. The width determines how far forward your monitor needs to be in order to fit between two adjacent walls.

Corner TV Mount Review
  • Monitor Size Range: 42" to 90"
  • VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 400x400, 600x400, 600x600, 800x600, 400x600
  • Orientation: Landscape and Portrait
  • Motion: Tilting, Rotating, Articulating, Panning

Best TV Mount for Ceilings

TV Mount for Incline Ceiling
$66.35
Ceiling TV Mount for Monitors 37"-70”, 360° Rotation, Tilt, Adjustable Height - Black

This hanging mount is a versatile solution that works for high-ceilings, low-ceilings, and even sloped surfaces. The telescoping pole extends down to 70.5" — that's almost 6 feet long! That means if you have a 10' ceiling, you can easily drop the monitor down to eye-level. This pole also features built-in cable management with a hollow interior and exit hole towards the top of the display. For a sloped or inclined ceiling, the mounting plate provides up to 60° of motion, and the bracket can tilt and rotate to create an optimal viewing angle in any direction.

Ceiling TV Mount Review
  • Monitor Size Range: 37" x 70"
  • VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Motion: Tilting, Rotating

Best Mounting Bracket for Curved TVs

Curved TV Mount
$98.99
Curved TV Wall Mount with Articulating Arm, Fits Monitors 32 - 65", Tilting - Black

Do you need a special mount for a curved TV? The first-ever curved TVs could not be wall-mounted since they lacked VESA holes on the back of the display. Most curved monitors manufactured after 2015 do feature mounting holes and work with any bracket with a compatible VESA size. A curved TV does not need a special mount, but some brackets are specially designed to support curved TVs. This curved TV mount features a folding bracket that adjusts to hug the back of your monitor, improving its stability when hung on the wall.

Curved TV Mount Review
  • Monitor Size Range: 32" to 65"
  • VESA Compatibility: 100x100, 100x200, 200x200, 400x200, 400x400, 600x400
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Motion: Tilting, Articulating, Panning

Best Low-Profile TV Mount

Pop-Out TV Mount
$137.82
TV Wall Mounts for 45” to 70” Monitors, Pop-Out - Black

Designed for video wall systems, this pop-out TV mount allows you to secure your TV close to the wall, and extend out to 11" for hassle-free maintenance. The mount also comes with some useful features like a micro-adjustment knob, allowing for precise tilting and leveling.

  • Monitor Size Range: 45" to 70"
  • VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x400, 600x400
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Motion: Tilting

Best Motorized Mount for Ceilings

Electrical TV Mount Bracket
$220.99
Ceiling TV Mount for Monitors 23"-55”, Motorized, Remote Control Included - Black

If you need to save wall space, this flip-down TV mount is the perfect hideaway solution. The motorized bracket is installed overhead and can be raised and lowered at the push of a button with the included remote control. When in the retracted position, your TV will be flush with the ceiling, allowing you to hide the display when not in use.

Curved TV Mount Review
  • Monitor Size Range: 23" to 55"
  • VESA Compatibility: 100x100, 200x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x400
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Motion: Tilting

Best Portrait TV Mount

Pop-Out Portrait TV Mount
$156.99
Portrait TV Wall Mounts for 45” to 70” Monitors, Pop-Out - Black

This push-to-pop out TV mount was specifically designed to hang TVs in portrait orientation. Built for video walls, the vertical mount allows for tilting micro-adjustments using an allen key (also referred to as a hex key or allen wrench), side-to-side lateral shifts, and a kickstand for easy access to cables.

Do you need a special mount to hang a TV in portrait orientation? If your TV has a symmetrical VESA size such as 400x400, you could technically use any compatible bracket in either orientation. However, you'll want to keep in mind the overall width of the mount to ensure that it won't show behind your display. Alternatively, you could choose a rotating bracket that can turn your display from landscape to portrait without removing your TV from the mount.

  • Monitor Size Range: 45" to 70"
  • VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x400, 600x400
  • Orientation: Portrait
  • Motion: Tilting

Most Versatile TV Mount

Articulating and Tilting Monitor Bracket
$129.66
TV Wall Mount for Monitors 47 to 90", Articulating and Tilting, Full Motion - Black

A full motion wall mount allows users to move and adjust the viewing position of their TV in any direction. This versatile solution pairs its tilting and rotating bracket with an articulating and panning arm. Removing your flat screen from the wall couldn't be any easier with the optional quick-release strings. Impressively, this mount fits a total of 30 different VESA sizes and 47" to 90" screens.

Corner TV Mount Review
  • Monitor Size Range: 47" to 90"
  • VESA Compatibility: 200x200, 300x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400, 600x600, 600x200, 600x300, 800x200, 800x400, 800x600, 800x500, 700x400, 700x500, 700x800, 300x500, 200x800, 800x300, 300x400, 400x600, 200x600, 400x800, 200x400, 300x600, 200x300, 300x800, 400x500, 600x500
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Motion: Tilting, Rotating, Articulating, Panning

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