This post is sponsored by SANUS; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
So Marcus is like super geeky when it comes to all things techy and well- TVs. If it were up to him we would be putting a new TV in every room of our house and well..ya know – he could just have the game on and walk all over the house and not have to stop watching the game 😉 Obviously – that’s where dreams are made of people!!! Apparently, I’ve just had the wrong dreams the whole time people 😉 KIDDING.
But since I promised y’all I would share details of our house and all the things, I am here today with a TV mount. Actually, the TV mounts of TV mounts. So in our house that we are building the living room TV is in kind of a weird spot, so we wanted to find a mount that you could turn, twist, pull out, all the things. SO we found one, obviously – what else do you think this post is going to be about? 😉 Another reason we wanted to mount the TV is not only for the look and functionality, because I like clean and simple, but because then it’s on the wall and not on a table with the ability to be knocked over because….#toddlerlife.
So the mount is from Sanus and they actually make it super easy for you to find the right mount (and height with the Heightfinder) with their SANUS Mountfinder tool, you just put in your TV model or the model number and then it pulls up suggestions depending on that TV and the size! That way you can choose what’s best for you and your needs. And it all takes about 30 seconds, so big win. Mama is on a time crunch 😉 The installation took all of ten minutes and only three steps. One, attach the brackets to the wall, two, install the wall plate and three, hang the tv on the wall plate! Boom. Marcus didn’t even complain about it 😉 Seriously though, he didn’t and that’s the biggest win here people.
Anyways, it’s super great, it pulls away from the wall, rotates all ways and is going to work perfectly for our new space. For now we have it in the office of our current home, but I am so excited to get it in the living room when our house is done! Hopefully, sooner rather than later 😉