Wall Mounted Wooden Coat Rack Plans - A lot of folks shy away from mounting their brand new plasma or LCD TV on the wall simply because they feel it is a a career that involves lots of work, or a thing that can only be done by a specialist installer. This certainly isn't the case!
The three basic types are set mounts, tilt mounts and tilt and swivel mounts. Fixed mounts can't be modified and contain the the TV flat against the wall. Tilt mounts let you tilt the TV vertically, while tilt and swivel mounts (including those with articulated arms) allow one to tilt the TV vertically, and also pivot it horizontally - these are good to use if you want to be able to watch the TV from another room.
Now you have each of the the various tools you need, let's get started! Use the studfinder to locate the studs inside your partitions and mark these out using a pencil. You want to ensure that it's mounted to the wall studs rather than just plaster board, after spending your hard earned cash on a new Television.
Most brackets come in 2 elements: one that attaches to the back of the TV, and one that is mounted on the wall. You then connect these 2 and your Television is mounted. Attach the piece that is proper to the rear of your TV. Mounts have various holes to accommodate different Television sizes. Secure this component to your own TV with the various washers, bolts and spacers supplied. Be certain to read the instructions if you are in any doubt provided with your mount.