Five Ways to Hide Your Television
With TVs getting larger, but also slimmer and lighter, people are taking advantage of a myriad of different ways to integrate their television into their interior design. From TVs that seem to appear by magic to TVs that really do appear by magic, the only limit to where your TV set lives is in your imagination.
The classic way to stylishly present your TV is to attach it to the wall. Any wall that has space at eye level is suitable for Vogel Brackets and a wall-mounted TV. The astonishingly light weights recorded by modern sets mean that many people can actually complete the job themselves.
I often come across second halves of a room I’ve already posted and here is one. I first posted about it HERE and now look what I found on Parlour Home Blog . A way to hide plasmas for those of you who are irked with tvs being visible. Me personally, it doesn’t bother me but if an armoire won’t do, create a gallery wall so it can blend in…
MIRRORED WALLS and USES FOR FRAMES? Well look what I found on the Decorista’s blog. This mocha hued interior featuring a gallery wall of mirrors is used to camouflage a plasma tv. How cool is this?
Most designers prefer to hide tvs and not have them as focal points in rooms. Here is a clever way to hide one.
How elegant is this fireplace? Gorgeous. Yes I know they’re two different rooms but they did the same for both the bedroom and living.
Click Here to see how it was all done…