A Few More Ways to Hide Your Flat-Screen TV

A Few More Ways to Hide Your Flat-Screen TV

Taryn Williford
Nov 10, 2009

We've found that nothing divides a room of people more than discussing politics—except when it comes to discussing living room TVs and whether or not to hide 'em.

Some people think that TVs are meant to be seen and, after spending thousands on the sleek lines of your shiny black box, you should let your TV shine in the living room at all times.

But then there are others who still consider the television an eye sore. They're necessary for watching up on movies and television shows, but should be kept out of sight and out of mind when a homeowner is entertaining company.

If you're in the second batch, head on over to the Web site for the UK's The Daily Telegraph. They recently published the article "Screen breaks: how to hide or disguise your flat screen TV." It's full of solutions for keeping the screen under wraps, including screens, cabinets and unique TV-custom furniture.

We personally love the Bond-esque mirror-that-turns-into-a-TV-screen, but there's links and pricing info for a host of solutions to suit every taste—except for those who still like showing off their screen!

(Image via Entertainment Technology Home Theaters, Georgia)


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