More than 50 years ago, TVs served as furniture. They were large cabinets with intricate woodwork, and homeowners were proud to show them off. Now TVs tend to be on the wall, and our clients don’t really want to see them. Luckily, we have dozens of ways to hide TVs, including automated lifts, motorized artwork, and even one-of-a-kind NFT artwork! But what if you want to minimize the appearance of your wall-mounted TV on a budget? Read below for one of our favorite, and most affordable, tips.
So, you worked tirelessly with your interior designer and architect to create a beautiful, modern interior in your new home. However, you may have been disappointed with how the technology fit (or didn't) with the overall aesthetic. We've discussed the "dark void" issue in previous blogs. In this blog, we're re-visiting some options to address this problem using art, total concealment, or both when hiding TVs in the home.
As we buy bigger and bigger TVs, we also can give ourselves a severe design problem. A 75-inch TV is great to watch a ballgame or movie on, but it is just a giant black hole in the wall when turned off. Having spent all that money making your room look great, the TV is just a giant, ugly black void when not powered on.
But it doesn't need to be that way; here are ten hidden TV solutions to 'pimp your TV' and avoid all that ugly negative space.