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TVs are a fact of modern life. The average American home has 2.86 TVs–and those smart TVs are getting bigger every year. Hopefully, yours are of the slim, flat-panel design. They’re much less obtrusive than old-fashioned CRTs and can squeeze into just about any space.
Still, a screen is a screen–not much to look at when you’re not watching something on it. A hidden TV is the best solution if your home decor plan is going to be ruined by a big empty black screen.
Manufacturers have tried to jazz up that big, black rectangle with colored bezels and other ornamentation, but those are merely Band-Aid solutions. The only way you’ll be able to completely hide your TV set is to put it where you can’t see it, or put something in front of it.
There are lots of ways to conceal TVs and projector screens, including motors, art work and cabinet. We’ve compiled some of the most creative hidden TV solutions to the age-old question: How can I hide a TV in the middle of my living room?
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This article was originally published by our content partner EH Network.
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