How To Hide Your TV With Decor
Not every decorating style welcomes a TV. In some cases it might look alien in the interior or simply not satisfy your aesthetic needs. There are quite a few ways to disguise and camouflage your TV in any room without any too expensive gimmicks, just pure decor.
A TV frame is a great way to turn a tech-y piece of equipment into a living picture. It can be simple and sleek or intricate and quite artful. You can also make one yourself using reclaimed wood for a nice rustic feel.
If you want to hide it completely, a folding TV frame is just what you need. It has bifold doors that can be opened or closed whenever you want and add a decorative touch to your wall.
A wall gallelry is not so much of a way of disguising the TV, it is a matter of camouflaging it among all the other frames. Arrange your artwork collection or a family album on the wall to make TV blend with the other rectangular frames.
You can also do it a different way
You can completely hide your TV behind a curtain, a fabric artwork or a canvas. Use a simple curtain cornice above the TV and make sure it protrudes just a bit further than the screen. A painting may also work if it fits the size of the screen.
Finally, if you want something that will hide any trace of it being there, you may build a custom TV shelf or wall storage system that will help you create a clean look when you’re not relaxing in front of the telly.