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TV Cover Ups – Hidden TV’s, Art Solutions & Hidden Cabinets - BetterDecoratingBible

On Occasion If you only watch television on special occasions, consider hidden TV storage. A concealed panel inside this window seat opens and a TV pulls out. For an off-the-shelf solution, place your set on a rolling cabinet or casters, so you can wheel it out of the room into a closet or other storage space. That way, you can use the room for all sorts of purposes, and there's no dedicated space that's always eaten up by the tube.

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Integrate Technology - Transform personal spaces with fashion-forward features. Traditional appeal meets modern technology in the master bedroom, where a pullout TV above the window seat is handsomely concealed within a paneled wall.

Hide & Seek TV Screen - Blue Egg Brown Nest has built a Hide & Seek TV Screen. Put the TV above the fireplace, but did not want to see it. She refinished individual frames, found vintage postcards and had  husband fasten them together to create a screen to open & close.

Hide & Seek TV Screen

Hide & Seek TV Screen - Blue Egg Brown Nest has built a Hide & Seek TV Screen. Put the TV above the fireplace, but did not want to see it. She refinished individual frames, found vintage postcards and had husband fasten them together to create a screen t

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I love this-- the set up of the bookshelves, the tv shelf, and the fireplace/mantel. I also like the color of the fireplace wall and the furniture arrangement.

Built-in TV nook over fireplace with bi-fold doors to hide media when it's not in use.

Love the fireplace surround PLUS excellent idea for hiding TV cords etc. Built-in TV nook over fireplace with bi-fold doors to hide media when it's not in use.

Neutral living room with hidden TV compartment. I'm not a fan of the art work; but the idea of using two pictures might work for me - or use one picture split in half

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