Over The Top Mounts recently installed 65-inch TVs in a customer's house, one in the bathroom. The TV was mounted on the wall and the wires are hidden beneath it. This is a great way to get the most out of your walls and bathroom space, as you can use that space for something other than a mirror or towel rack.

We understand that many people want to watch TV while they're in the bathroom, but they don't want to see wires or brackets when they look up at their screens. That's why we specialize in hiding wires and seamless installations, and why we were able to make this client's dream come true. After the installation was complete, we tested each screen and made sure everything worked perfectly before leaving our client with a fully functional bathroom TV setup!

Things to Consider When Installing a Bathroom TV

Bathroom TVs are becoming more and more popular, but they don't always fit into all spaces. There are a lot of factors that go into deciding whether or not to install TV in bathrooms, so it's important to think about them before making a final decision. In this guide, we'll cover everything you need to consider before installing your TV in the bathroom so you can decide if it's right for you.

How big should I make it?

The first thing to consider when deciding the size of your bathroom TV is the space. The larger your bathroom is, the bigger TV you'll be able to fit in there. For example, a small powder room would probably be fine with a 7" screen whereas a full-sized master bath can easily accommodate something much larger.

In addition to thinking about how big your bathroom is, it's important to think about its shape as well. With some layouts like L-shaped or rectangular, it may not be possible or even advisable to place the television across from where you sit on the toilet if there isn't enough clearance between them. Instead, hang it above either side of whatever fixture you're facing during use, in this case, it could be both sinks or just one sink and mirror combo unit to give yourself an unobstructed view without obstructing anyone else's path through that section of space too much either way.

What style of TV?

There are a few things to consider when choosing your bathroom television. The first is the size of the TV. This should be proportional to the width of the bathroom and available floor space, but also consider how much you'll use it in comparison to other rooms. If you're planning on using the TV as part of your daily routine like watching the morning news or listening to music while showering, then go for a larger model that fits in well with your living space. If not, then a smaller option might suffice unless there's no other choice in terms of placement options within your bathroom.

The second consideration is style: do you want an old-fashioned tube television or something more modern? If possible, opt for one with an open back so that its components can be hidden behind cabinets or doors, that way they won't detract from any décor you may have already put together!

Thirdly, think about features like built-in speakers and connections such as HDMI inputs/outputs; these both come into play depending on where exactly you'd like this new addition installed inside your home overall.

What installation method should I use?

The type of wall surface in your bathroom will determine which installation method is best for you. If you have a tiled wall, then tile adhesive would be an excellent choice for installing the TV. If you have a concrete wall, concrete screws are most likely your best option. And if your bathroom has a wooden wall, wood screws are ideal for securing the TV.

How much moisture can the TV handle?

Before you buy a bathroom TV, make sure to check the manufacturer's guidelines to see how much moisture it can handle. This is especially important if your bathroom has a steam shower or Jacuzzi tub. If your bathroom is humid and you don't know what kind of humidity levels exist in other areas of your home.

If you do decide to go with a bathroom TV, keep in mind that installation can be tricky. You'll have to mount it somewhere where it won't get wet, and there are some things to consider before deciding on which model to buy. If you're thinking about purchasing one, we recommend you buy a waterproof TV so you won't have to worry about it getting wet.

What TVs can go in the bathroom?

Most TVs are designed to be put in the living room or bedroom. However, some TVs have been designed for use in bathrooms. Here are the type of TVs that you can use in your bathroom:


If you want to go big, the 65-inch LG Luna is a great option. It's one of the only TVs that can be put in a bathroom and used regularly. This TV is perfect if you want to watch your favorite shows while sitting on the toilet, for example.

It's a smart TV with built-in Wi-Fi and an app store where you can download apps like Netflix or Hulu to stream movies from anywhere in the house. You can also use its built-in speaker system if you don't want to connect headphones or speakers just yet. There are two USB ports plus an HDMI port as well.


Kinytech's waterproof TV is a great option for bathrooms because of its built-in microphone and speaker. It also comes with a remote control so you can easily access your favorite shows without having to leave the tub.

Adnotam GlassMedia Magic Mirror

The Adnotam GlassMedia Magic Mirror is a smart TV that can be mounted on the wall or the ceiling. It's also a digital mirror, which means it doesn't need to be waterproof. The touchscreen interface allows you to change the channel or even turn on your shower's water with just a swipe of your finger.

Bathtub TV by Seura

The BathTub TV by Seura is a waterproof TV that can be installed directly into your bathtub. It's designed to mount flush with the wall to save space and prevent accidental bumps from causing damage, but if you don't want to permanently install it, it comes with an optional suction cup mount so you can stick it on any flat surface instead.

Samsung The Frame 2018

The Samsung The Frame 2018 is a TV that can be placed on the wall or hung from it. It's a great choice for your bathroom because it has a low profile and does an excellent job of blending in with another décor.

This smart TV offers 4K HDR, which means you'll get to experience high-resolution images and videos in stunning colors. You also get a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth action scenes and fast-paced games.

If you’re looking for the best bathroom TV, check out our list of options. They all have their pros and cons, but we think you’ll be happy with any one of these brands.

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