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I’m one of those people who doesn’t particularly want the television set to be the focal point in a room, but when you have a 60” flat screen television and a husband who adores his sporting events, it’s difficult to find a spot that’s not in-your-face. So, I did what others do to discover ways to minimize the impact of a giant television in my home: I went to Google.

I was delighted to discover some simple things I could do to hide the television and still make it possible for my family to enjoy all the perks of the large screen. So I thought I’d share them with you here.


Use Paint

Farrow and Ball Pavilion Gray 242. The paint for the built-ins is Farrow and Ball Pavilion Gray 242. #FarrowandBallPavilionGray #FarrowandBall242 J.A.S. Design-Build

{The paint for the built-ins is Farrow and Ball Pavilion Gray 242.}

Paint the wall the same color as the television. It won’t disappear completely, but it won’t be as stark as putting it on a white wall.

TV Lift Cabinet

Second Floor Living Room. Second floor living room with natural linen sofa with chaise lounge lined with gray and tan pillows facing a gray ottoman as well as a tv lift cabinet. #Secondfloorlivingroom #Secondfloor #livingroom Christian Rice Architects

Invest in a TV Lift Cabinet to hide the television when it’s not in use. With a push of a button, the television instantly appears. Plus, with cable and satellite boxes, Wii, Xbox, cords and games, the cabinets also provide storage for all the clutter that accompanies the entertainment areas in the home.

TV Nook

Tv Nooks TV Nook Ideas. How to hide tvs. #TVNooks The Design Atelier

Recessed TV nooks are another way to conceal all the clutter and the television set when not in use. There are many ways to customize the bookshelves to hide all the electrical components behind closed doors.

TV Mirror

visual company did it, but that door is to the closet and tv is behind the mirror. The remote works through the class. #tvmirror Liz Williams Interiors, LLC

Consider investing in a television that is also a Television Mirror. There are many great options and sizes to consider. In the case shown above, an audio/visual company installed a tv mirror in the bathroom above the closet door. The tv is behind a mirror and the remote works through the class.

TV Behind Sliding Barn Doors

Hidden TV with Sliding Barn doors. Sliding Barn doors to hide the TV or the storage around the TV. Sliding Barn doors. TV Behind Barn Doors #SlidingBarndoors #Barndoors #HideTV #HidenTV #TVBehindBarnDoors

Hide the television behind sliding barn doors! Check out this idea foubd on Pinterest. Sliding barn doors hide the TV and the storage around the TV. How cool is that?


Many thanks to the designers for sharing the details above!

Sources: 1: J.A.S. Design-Build. 2: Christian Rice Architects & McCormick and Wright Interior Design. 3: The Design Atelier. 4: Liz Williams Interiors, LLC. 5: Unknown source via Pinterest.

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Hello, my friends!

I am currently designing my basement and the last picture has really inspired me. I love the idea of using sliding “barn doors” to conceal the tv. Brilliant!

I hope you guys are having a wonderful Sunday! See you guys soon!

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