267BHS Front Bedroom TV Mount SOLUTION!!
We have a 267BHS and wanted to figure out a better solution for the front bedroom tv. Ours came with the KeBloc system and sits flat against the wall and the viewing angle is terrible with the closet in the way. We ordered the KeBloc swing arm mount but it was HEAVY, BULKY, and WAY EXPENSIVE ($123)!!!! We returned it for a refund. Plus, the swing arm was an obstacle we couldn't access that side of the bed.
Initially, I thought about placing a mount bw the sliding bedroom doors which would be on the backside of the living room tv location since there is already a backer in place. But I didn't want to drill holes in the wall. I wanted something lightweight, removable and minimally invasive in the space.
Using a 2x2, I notched the top to account for the decorative trim piece that the bedroom doors slide between. I measured by door track and bought the rollers at Lowe's that fit the track. I attached the rollers (mine were 3/4" OD on the roller size) to the 2x2 (which I had stained with some wood stain I had lying around. I then purchased an Onn tv mount from Wal-Mart that fit the 2x2 footprint (the tv mount just happened to be on clearance for $5.26!!). I attached the TV mount to the stained wood and hung it from the door sliding track. Next, I purchased some adhesive cord clips and hung a few on the ceiling to run the coax and power cord along the trim piece to the tv mount. The doors still latch with the strap and the tv mount can actually slide along the track side to side. I've attached some pictures. Our TV is a 24"
- Onn tilting TV wall mount for 13" - 32" @ $10
- Adhesive cord clips $5
- Sliding track roller - $5
Overall, we are very happy with the way this project turned out! Cheap, functional, and no walls were harmed during the making of this tv mount!
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