think outside the box: decorating around a televisionthink outside the box: decorating around a televisionthink outside the box: decorating around a television

by:XY Screens     2020-03-01
TV screens are getting bigger and bigger, and it would be great if you were a frenzy --
Observer, but if you want to decorate the living room or bedroom with a wall dominated by a huge glass rectangle, it\'s not very convenient.
\"Television is a necessary evil,\" said Marianne Canada, a digital host and design expert at HGTV . \". com.
\"We want them to be big and have such a great picture quality.
But you will have problems like this, and in fact, there is a large black rectangle in your study or living room to attract the focus.
Los Angeles designer Theodore Leye, host of living under 1,000 square feet. Ft.
\"On the new channel\" design network \"for Apple TV, people have found that people resist the idea of organizing living spaces around the screen.
However, they want a great choice of viewing experience when emotions hit.
Things get more complicated in the room where the windows can see the view.
\"How do you position the furniture as embracing the landscape, but obviously live a normal life and watch TV? \" Leaf asks.
Here, the Leaf of Canada and the common Caleb Anderson
The founder of Drake/Anderson, a New York design company, revolves around television and even (shhh! )
Find Hidden methods in obvious places.
Let it fit into some homeowners choose to fill a wall with built in material
On the shelf, leave room in the center to hang the TV.
This is an attractive option but customized-
Ins can be expensive and a fairly permanent option, says Anderson.
A more cost-effective way is to place separate racks around the TV to fill the walls.
\"Use floating shelves or shelves with very beautiful brackets,\" Canada said, and fill them with souvenirs, books and some baskets where you can store your streaming device or something
Another option is to arrange paintings, frame photos, and other decorative items around the TV to create gallery walls, so the screen is integrated with other works of art.
Anderson, who recently worked on a project in Florida, made a device around the TV with circular artwork that removed the focus from the screen.
Leaves are a fan of hydraulic lifting cabinets for small spaces and bedrooms.
Something that looks like a simple sideboard actually hides your TV inside.
Press the button and the top will turn on and your TV will pop up.
\"I have a client who has three children who like to watch TV in bed,\" said Leaf.
The hydraulic cabinet placed in front of the window solved the problem.
Some elevator cabinets can be set on the timer linked to the inside
Home technology system
\"The TV comes out of the cabinet and the light is on and it will wake you up,\" Leaf said . \".
Another trick to hide a large TV is: hang a sliding block of recycled wood on the rail above and below the TV.
When it\'s time to watch TV, slide these \"barn doors\" out.
\"This is definitely in line with a more rustic atmosphere,\" Canada said . \".
Anderson sees disguise as a solution to the problem.
He designed a striking custom cabinet with mirror doors and TV hidden inside.
If you really want the TV to disappear, Leaf recommends switching to a retractable screen using a retractable hidden projector on the ceiling.
To save money and effort, you can even skip the screen by hanging a lightweight artwork where you\'re going to be watching and painting that wall into a clear, solid white color.
When it\'s viewing time, just remove the art and turn on the projector.
The essence of television is very modern.
\"Hard horns, dark colors,\" Canada said . \".
Even if your decor is not modern, consider \"having fun with your TV instead of fighting with it \".
\"A DIY approach: she recommends installing a wooden frame on the outer edge of the TV (
You can make it with molded pieces, or buy and draw a model that fits your style).
This applies to the living room, especially the bedroom, says Canada, \"where you can get a very gorgeous, beautiful frame to upset it and hang it on the dresser . \".
It \"helps to soften the TV in a very soft room.
\"If you don\'t want to put things on the TV, put something on the back of the TV: Canada says hanging country or recycled wood behind the TV,\" show your eyes some other
\"It can also work in a more charming and gorgeous space: Anderson is working on a project in the Upper East Side of New York, in which, the TV is installed in a niche on the soft cushion wall with vertical stitching and paint finish details.
Instead of hiding the TV, he said, they turned it into \"part of this very interesting, luxurious device \".
\"The associated stress screen keeps getting bigger and it\'s great if you\'re a fanatic binge --
Observer, but if you want to decorate the living room or bedroom with a wall dominated by a huge glass rectangle, it\'s not very convenient.
\"Television is a necessary evil,\" said Marianne Canada, a digital host and design expert at HGTV . \". com.
\"We want them to be big and have such a great picture quality.
But you will have problems like this, and in fact, there is a large black rectangle in your study or living room to attract the focus.
Los Angeles designer Theodore Leye, host of living under 1,000 square feet. Ft.
\"On the new channel\" design network \"for Apple TV, people have found that people resist the idea of organizing living spaces around the screen.
However, they want a great choice of viewing experience when emotions hit.
Things get more complicated in the room where the windows can see the view.
\"How do you position the furniture as embracing the landscape, but obviously live a normal life and watch TV? \" Leaf asks.
Here, the Leaf of Canada and the common Caleb Anderson
The founder of Drake/Anderson, a New York design company, revolves around television and even (shhh! )
Find Hidden methods in obvious places.
Let it fit into some homeowners choose to fill a wall with built in material
On the shelf, leave room in the center to hang the TV.
This is an attractive option but customized-
Ins can be expensive and a fairly permanent option, says Anderson.
A more cost-effective way is to place separate racks around the TV to fill the walls.
\"Use floating shelves or shelves with very beautiful brackets,\" Canada said, and fill them with souvenirs, books and some baskets where you can store your streaming device or something
Another option is to arrange paintings, frame photos, and other decorative items around the TV to create gallery walls, so the screen is integrated with other works of art.
Anderson, who recently worked on a project in Florida, made a device around the TV with circular artwork that removed the focus from the screen.
Leaves are a fan of hydraulic lifting cabinets for small spaces and bedrooms.
Something that looks like a simple sideboard actually hides your TV inside.
Press the button and the top will turn on and your TV will pop up.
\"I have a client who has three children who like to watch TV in bed,\" said Leaf.
The hydraulic cabinet placed in front of the window solved the problem.
Some elevator cabinets can be set on the timer linked to the inside
Home technology system
\"The TV comes out of the cabinet and the light is on and it will wake you up,\" Leaf said . \".
Another trick to hide a large TV is: hang a sliding block of recycled wood on the rail above and below the TV.
When it\'s time to watch TV, slide these \"barn doors\" out.
\"This is definitely in line with a more rustic atmosphere,\" Canada said . \".
Anderson sees disguise as a solution to the problem.
He designed a striking custom cabinet with mirror doors and TV hidden inside.
If you really want the TV to disappear, Leaf recommends switching to a retractable screen using a retractable hidden projector on the ceiling.
To save money and effort, you can even skip the screen by hanging a lightweight artwork where you\'re going to be watching and painting that wall into a clear, solid white color.
When it\'s viewing time, just remove the art and turn on the projector.
The essence of television is very modern.
\"Hard horns, dark colors,\" Canada said . \".
Even if your decor is not modern, consider \"having fun with your TV instead of fighting with it \".
\"A DIY approach: she recommends installing a wooden frame on the outer edge of the TV (
You can make it with molded pieces, or buy and draw a model that fits your style).
This applies to the living room, especially the bedroom, says Canada, \"where you can get a very gorgeous, beautiful frame to upset it and hang it on the dresser . \".
It \"helps to soften the TV in a very soft room.
\"If you don\'t want to put things on the TV, put something on the back of the TV: Canada says hanging country or recycled wood behind the TV,\" show your eyes some other
\"It can also work in a more charming and gorgeous space: Anderson is working on a project in the Upper East Side of New York, in which, the TV is installed in a niche on the soft cushion wall with vertical stitching and paint finish details.
Instead of hiding the TV, he said, they turned it into \"part of this very interesting, luxurious device \".
\"The associated stress screen keeps getting bigger and it\'s great if you\'re a fanatic binge --
Observer, but if you want to decorate the living room or bedroom with a wall dominated by a huge glass rectangle, it\'s not very convenient.
\"Television is a necessary evil,\" said Marianne Canada, a digital host and design expert at HGTV . \". com.
\"We want them to be big and have such a great picture quality.
But you will have problems like this, and in fact, there is a large black rectangle in your study or living room to attract the focus.
Los Angeles designer Theodore Leye, host of living under 1,000 square feet. Ft.
\"On the new channel\" design network \"for Apple TV, people have found that people resist the idea of organizing living spaces around the screen.
However, they want a great choice of viewing experience when emotions hit.
Things get more complicated in the room where the windows can see the view.
\"How do you position the furniture as embracing the landscape, but obviously live a normal life and watch TV? \" Leaf asks.
Here, the Leaf of Canada and the common Caleb Anderson
The founder of Drake/Anderson, a New York design company, revolves around television and even (shhh! )
Find Hidden methods in obvious places.
Let it fit into some homeowners choose to fill a wall with built in material
On the shelf, leave room in the center to hang the TV.
This is an attractive option but customized-
Ins can be expensive and a fairly permanent option, says Anderson.
A more cost-effective way is to place separate racks around the TV to fill the walls.
\"Use floating shelves or shelves with very beautiful brackets,\" Canada said, and fill them with souvenirs, books and some baskets where you can store your streaming device or something
Another option is to arrange paintings, frame photos, and other decorative items around the TV to create gallery walls, so the screen is integrated with other works of art.
Anderson, who recently worked on a project in Florida, made a device around the TV with circular artwork that removed the focus from the screen.
Leaves are a fan of hydraulic lifting cabinets for small spaces and bedrooms.
Something that looks like a simple sideboard actually hides your TV inside.
Press the button and the top will turn on and your TV will pop up.
\"I have a client who has three children who like to watch TV in bed,\" said Leaf.
The hydraulic cabinet placed in front of the window solved the problem.
Some elevator cabinets can be set on the timer linked to the inside
Home technology system
\"The TV comes out of the cabinet and the light is on and it will wake you up,\" Leaf said . \".
Another trick to hide a large TV is: hang a sliding block of recycled wood on the rail above and below the TV.
When it\'s time to watch TV, slide these \"barn doors\" out.
\"This is definitely in line with a more rustic atmosphere,\" Canada said . \".
Anderson sees disguise as a solution to the problem.
He designed a striking custom cabinet with mirror doors and TV hidden inside.
If you really want the TV to disappear, Leaf recommends switching to a retractable screen using a retractable hidden projector on the ceiling.
To save money and effort, you can even skip the screen by hanging a lightweight artwork where you\'re going to be watching and painting that wall into a clear, solid white color.
When it\'s viewing time, just remove the art and turn on the projector.
The essence of television is very modern.
\"Hard horns, dark colors,\" Canada said . \".
Even if your decor is not modern, consider \"having fun with your TV instead of fighting with it \".
\"A DIY approach: she recommends installing a wooden frame on the outer edge of the TV (
You can make it with molded pieces, or buy and draw a model that fits your style).
This applies to the living room, especially the bedroom, says Canada, \"where you can get a very gorgeous, beautiful frame to upset it and hang it on the dresser . \".
It \"helps to soften the TV in a very soft room.
\"If you don\'t want to put things on the TV, put something on the back of the TV: Canada says hanging country or recycled wood behind the TV,\" Give your eyes some other
\"It can also work in a more charming and gorgeous space: Anderson is working on a project in the Upper East Side of New York, in which, the TV is installed in a niche on the soft cushion wall with vertical stitching and paint finish details.
Instead of hiding the TV, he said, they turned it into \"part of this very interesting, luxurious device \".
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