Below you will find a few ways to get your LCD mounted up the wall in the most convenient manner
As opposed to earlier times where LCD mounts were manufactured differently in different areas, which caused complications while setting them up, today we have more of a standardised procedure for TV wall mounts.
Usual kits for TV wall mounts have wall plates for the wall and brackets that are attached to the TV. These brackets are designed accordingly to match the size of the pre-drilled holes at the rear end of the TV. Although these kits are universal in nature, you can still find variations for these mounts to suit your screen. The standard mount is usually apt when you wish to keep an inch distance between the wall and your screen. However, turning the screen to different angles will not be possible in this case.
If adjustable angles are what you need then the tilted mount is what you should consider. This mount is set at a further distance in order to facilitate movement of the screen for better viewing. There are variations in tilt TV brackets according as well. Another point to look into is the frequency of moving these tilts. If it is more often then a ratchet system that facilitates easy movement is worth buying.
Articulated wall mounts are the best option as they are more flexible in nature. This is preferred by people who keep shifting their seating positions at home. This versatile TV bracket enables better viewing at possibly all angles.