AN interior design wannabe finds herself inundated with questions about the positioning of her television every time she shares a look at her front room on her social media pages.

Anna Louisa took to TikTok to give fans a look at her neutrally-decorated lounge, which was inspired by cleaning guru Mrs Hinch.

But viewers were quick to ask whether or not she regrets hanging her television so high above her fireplace.

"I always get asked this but we have no regrets hanging our TV above the fireplace," she replied.

"It works for our space and has meant that we can have more seating."

Despite her response, lots of people in the comments section insisted that it was asking for trouble having the television up that high.

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"Neck ache whilst watching tv," one person wrote.

"No thanks. Tv should be at eye height when sat viewing."

"Tv is great on the wall if you don’t use it," another added.

While someone else wrote: "I always feel for people having it this height."

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"its tooooo high," another comment read.

"Whoever installed it didn't know what they were doing."

But others hit back, with one writing: "Ours is slightly lower than yours but never had any problems.

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"People complaining about 'neck ache' need to get a grip."

Anna replied: "I don’t know how much tv they watch in their homes to think we could get neck ache!"

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