Clever Color Camouflage for Your TV

Clever Color Camouflage for Your TV

Susie Nadler
Feb 5, 2010

We're always on the lookout for new ways to disguise the TV, and this is one of the most ingenious we've ever seen. Style at Home did a rundown of strategies for hiding your electronics in plain sight, and this was our favorite of the bunch: Hang a TV on dark or black wallpaper and it virtually disappears! Amazing.

Similarly, a TV with a white frame blends in beautifully on a white shelving unit, surrounded by books in white and gray tones. Ordinarily we would never think of buying a TV with a white frame, but this is a great-looking setup, and it seems like a better solution than buying a big bulky cabinet to enclose both the TV and its accompaniments.

In an earlier post about TVs and wallpaper, Janel pointed out that wallpaper with a bold graphic pattern also creates enough of a statement that it minimizes the impact of the TV... another great reason to hang your flatscreen on a papered wall. But the camouflage effect of the dark color might be an even bigger plus. What do you think? Could you achieve a similar effect with dark paint?

To browse some more ideas for disguising your electronics, view the full story at Style at Home.

And a few more ways to hide your electronics, from the Apartment Therapy archives:
Double Feature: Framing Your Flatscreen
How To: Hide Your TV Monitor With Style
Before and After: Incorporating a Flat Screen TV into a Bookcase

(Via the ever-fabulous Little Green Notebook)

(Images: Mark Burstyn/Style at Home)

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