This is a place you own, correct? Wall-mounted can give a really clean look, if you are handy enough (or willing to pay) to have the cables fished down into the furniture/cabinet. But you need to be sure of the placement, obviously.
Check the mounts here: https://www.monoprice.com/category/mounts-&-stands/tv-wall-mounts
- the prices are very good and there are lot of types depending if you want flat or articulating arm. I got an articulating arm mount for the one in my living room, it's phenomenal to be able to turn the TV towards the kitchen when I'm cooking and easily sneak a peak at whatever game is on.
The one I have is https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=10223
- but this is a tank, I was using it to hold a very very heavy 15-year-old plasma TV, so I needed the 200lb weight capability - it lag bolts directly to the studs in the wall. Any LED/OLED TV will be far lighter and you can get away with a much less invasive mount.
There are things like this: View: https://www.amazon.com/VCE-Through-Decorator-Opening-Management/dp/B071X8RLJL
(check local code, obviously) that allow you to bring the fished cables through the wall in a clean way. (You also need a low-voltage bracket to mount behind the faceplate.)
Whatever you do, don't mount it over the mantle of a fireplace, the angle is always terrible for viewing. Unless you get one of those pull-down mantel mounts, they are fine. (https://www.mantelmount.com/