It’s 2018. If you’ve managed to keep televisions out of your home entirely, you deserve a major pat on the back. Most of us have let this all-powerful source of entertainment take over not just one, but multiple rooms in our homes and apartments. And hey, there’s nothing wrong with a little TV. Gathering friends for a movie or kicking up your feet after a long day to watch your favorite show are some of modern life’s simple pleasures. However, even though we’ve accepted TVs at home, we might not necessarily want to look at them all the time – especially when they’re not on. Don’t let that big black box ruin your room’s design. Get on board with hidden TVs. While your decorating your cleverly hidden TV, learn what TV wall mounts can help you keep them hidden in your rooms. More and more people are looking for creative solutions to merge TVs into the rest of their rooms’ decor. With sliding panels or well-placed art, the blank rectangle that is your TV doesn’t have to be the focal point of the room. This is especially useful as TVs get bigger and bigger. If you don’t want to dedicate an entire wall to a screen, read on. We’ve gathered up 15 rooms that showcase some of the most clever options for hidden TVs.
When your TV isn’t on, it’s just a black expanse. You can leave it that way, or you can see it as a blank canvas. And what’s the natural use for a blank canvas? Art!
Sometimes, the simplest solution is best. If you’re looking for a way to tuck away your TV that’s easy to undo when you’re ready to watch, a door or two could be all you need.
Sometimes you don’t want to dedicate part of your wall to a television. Good news: You’ve got some other options. Today’s pop-up TV lifts make it easy to tuck a TV into the top of just about any cabinet, footboard or countertop.
These are just a handful of ways you can hide a television out of sight when it’s not in use. But don’t limit yourself! As the following pictures demonstrate, your options for hidden TVs are just about endless.
Have you been searching for a way to hide your TV (or multiple TVs)? Dony of the above ideas inspire you? We’d love to hear about your plans in the comments.