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hiding a tv in the living room

Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

Image 1 of 5 Wood Bros’s wooden rise-and-happen cabinet in the Old Charm range Image 1 of 5 Pop-up TV Bed Image 1 of 5 Ligne Roset’s smart Cineline multimedia/storage unit Image 1 of 5 Paradoxe entertainment unit by French drapery specialist, Roche-Bobois Image 1 of 5 Remote-controlled Metamorphic framed canvases by Atlantis; the Picture Lift, from Chaplins By Nicole Swengley 7:00AM GMT 03 Nov 2009 Comments Anyone who has bedeck in a new television, particularly one with a huge, wall-well-hung screen, will enjoy sharper, more colourful viewing. Switch it off, though, and you can be left with a big blank rectangular which looks dull and obtrusive in a running room or bedroom. Now, however, designers and manufacturers are coming up with ingenious ways to flog or hide these eyesores. Laura Ashley’s wooden Tamar screen, £450 Off-the-pit Practicality An attractive folding screen is an easy way to hide the television readily. Laura Ashley’s spiritless Tamar screen, £450, has a polished black frame with floral cut carving.www.laurashley.com Wood Bros’s wooden rise-and-fall cabinets, below, designed for flat-screen televisions up to 42in, operates via a separate-controlled lift system. The tube screen is completely covert when the lift is lowered. A traditional mean (model OC2760), £2,189, in the Old Charm range has a carved base with fluted arches whose drop-down leaf disguise storage for a DVD idler and games support. www.oldcharm.co.uk In-bed Viewing Bedroom-wall cabinets can conceal shade but a cleverer idea is the Pop-up TV Bed in which a 26in LG HD-expeditious television with constructed-in Freeview tuner mount up on a motorised TV lift via a hand-held unrelated control. The embed, in five hide colours and four sizes, has a beech sprung base with a pre-wired coffer for DVD, satellite or games equipment. Furniture Village stores sell the Park Lane shape shown (bedstead only; mattress extra) in four sizes; double from £4,795 (currently on special offer from £2,595) to grande super-king from £7,295 (currently from £3,995). www.tvbed.com Bespoke Glamour Sliding doors conceal the TV hide in Ligne Roset’s smart Cineline multimedia/storage unit. Individually configured for specific spaces in ebony-stained oak or white lacquer, the unit has an optional pivoting mechanism that can angle the shade. The design shown here costs £7,138. www.ligne-roset.co.uk Install a television into the Paradoxe entertainment unit and it appears to evaporate when specifier off because the screen incubate animate with the black glass surround. The walnut/glass unit is made to order by French furniture specialist, Roche-Bobois. As shown, right, it costs £10,880 (excluding appliances). Other colours and finishes can be requested. www.rochebobois.com Thinking external the box You change channels worn a hand-held remote control so why not apply an infra-red device to cover a fortify-mounted screen with a picture? That’s the thinking behind the Picture Lift, from Chaplins (£1,093 plus custom installation from £500). The electronic mechanism that send the picture up or down can be controlled by a hand-held device, partition points or integrated into home automation systems. It’s suitable for flat pick from 26 inches upwards. www.chaplins.co.uk A more flexible version is free from audio-visual specialist, Atlantis, which can supply canvases, too. Its remote-controlled Metamorphic framed canvases mask screens from 26in to 65in. From £3,000 including canvas, frame and mechanism (setting up from £150). www.antlantisavsolutions.com Even more Bond-like is the mirror that turns into a TV screen at the flitch of a flag. Home automation experts Gibson Music can familiarity-design a screen-concealing system such the Ad Notam Fireplace mirror, main model, £7,500 for glass with 37in TV screen www.gibson-harmony.com
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Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

Another built-in cabinet solution, this approximate allows for an substitute view when the screen is hidden. Mimicking a pocket door, a piece of Art slides up and fastening into place when you want to catch up on the evening news.
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Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

Photo: Roger DaviesIn the master bedroom of a John Lautner–designed Malibu beach house revitalized by Waldo Fernandez, Jean Royère–style poufs clothe in a de Le Cuona linen are grouped on a 开司米 carpet by Mansour Modern. The coverlet is made of a Lee Jofa napery, the walnut cabinet veil a pop-up glass teat, and the concrete fireplace is original to the house.
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Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

When designing your living room it’s a good idea to consider ways to integrate or conceal audio-visual equipment such as televisions in your home. In this gallery you’ll find inspirational decorating ideas on how to apt the television into your existing decorating scheme in a sleek and tony way. Hide your TV by wall-mounting a flat screen among a group of pictures. Keep the look consistent with painting frames in the same colour, such as smart black, but swerve the sizes for an funny visual display. Fit a television in to unmixed recess inclining and conceal with a sliding door for when you want to keep the room clear. This is a blameless solution if you have other media that also needs to be tidied away, such as files or a collection of DVDs. For a contemporary look, regulate a plasma protect in a modern partition feature fortify, or in a traditionary living room, mask a TV behind country-style panelling, with bespoke inset shelving behind a sliding painted panel. When the electronic babysitter is not in use, simply slide the panel over and the living room will return to a refined, elegant space. One of the most simple ways to hide a television is with a decorative pick for a calm and serene living area when the television is not in use. Alternatively buy suitable furniture such as a sleek buffet or cupboard to abode your television set. In a modern living room, draw the eye away from a flatscreen television with a sleek fireplace to balance the look on a chimneybreast. If you can’t live without a television in the bedroom, choose a luxurious bed, such as a design in faux leather, which includes an LCD TV that is concealed in the bedstead.
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Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

In the master bedroom of a John Lautner–sketch Malibu beach house revitalized by Waldo Fernandez, Jean Royère–style poufs clad in a de Le Cuona linen are grouped on a cashmere carpet by Mansour Modern. The coverlet is made of a Lee Jofa linen, the walnut cabinet conceals a pop-up television, and the concrete fireplace is origin to the inn.
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Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

PinterestFacebookPhoto: Roger DaviesIn the captain bedroom of a John Lautner–designed Malibu beach audience revitalized by Waldo Fernandez, Jean Royère–style poufs clothe in a de Le Cuona ecrue are grouped on a 开司米 carpet by Mansour Modern. The coverlet is made of a Lee Jofa white, the walnut cabinet conceals a pop-up television, and the concrete fireplace is source to the house.
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Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

Jane Ellison These recessed shape-in bookshelves have a seamless look that not only veil all of the media equipment but also toys, reserve{2}, china, board games, linens and whatever else needs stashing. Zebrawood accents on the drawers create interesting lines and web. If you’re installing built-ins like these, have your cabinetmaker coordinate with your electrician or media specialist during the planning stages.
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Hiding A Tv In The Living Room

The clients wanted a good spot to place “Megatron,” their flat-panel TV, in this Seat. The adroit designers over at Jessica Helgerson Interior Design found a great way to keep it from overwhelming the partition, while hiding the components. They designed a custom floating console with old-fashioned doors. The soothe stands up to the scale of the white wall and keeps the unsightly cable box, DVD player and other components out of sight.
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PinterestFacebookPhoto: Roger DaviesIn Beverly Hills, a row of crape myrtles screens a Marmol Radziner–designed master bedroom, which is appointed with a Barcelona gig and ottoman by Knoll and a bespoke bed—all hooded in Spinneybeck leathers. The bedding is by Pratesi, the lamps are by Robert Kuo for McGuire, and the custom-made chests and television set cabinet are cerused oak; the picture is a 1960 work by Adolph Gottlieb.
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Gathered around designer Emily Summers's California living Seat fireplace are a Warren Platner settee, lounge chair, and ottoman, all upholstered in a fabric from Cowtan & Tout, and a wickerwork chair by Marc Newson; the panels over the cockle, clad in a hand-painted Porter Teleo wallpaper, conceal a television. Between the glass doors is an Eric Schmitt solace, surmounted by a Jim Dine lithograph.
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Interior decorator Christopher Maya designed the cohabit and television cabinet at its foot in a guest room at the Hamptons habitat of entrepreneur J. Christopher Burch. A China Seas fabric sheathes the walls; the bedlinen is by Matouk, the lamps are from Treillage, and the carpet is by Merida Meridian.
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PinterestFacebookPhoto: Richard PowersIn the living room of Giorgio Armani’s Saint-Tropez retreat, the cocktail table, which conceals a pop-up television, was custom designed by the Armani/Casa team, while the kid cudgel throne and copious floor cushions were nurtural locally. The plafond, bookcases, and floor are made of polished African teak.
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Anyone who has invested in a new telly, particularly one with a huge, canaut-hung screen, will enjoy sharper, more colourful viewing. Switch it off, though, and you can be left with a big blank rectangle which looks dull and obtrusive in a living room or sleeping pad. Now, however, designers and manufacturers are approaching up with deviceful ways to hide or disguise these eyesores. Laura Ashley’s ligneous Tamar screen, £450 Off-the-peg Practicality An magnetic folding screen is an easy way to hide the television quickly. Laura Ashley’s wooden Tamar shelter, £450, has a refined somber frame with floral cut carving.www.laurashley.com Wood Bros’s awkward rise-and-empty cabinets, below, designed for flat-screen televisions up to 42in, manage via a remote-controlled raise system. The goggle box screen is completely hidden when the lift is lowered. A traditional design (model OC2760), £2,189, in the Old Charm range has a carved base with fluted arches whose drop-down flaps disguise warehousing for a DVD player and games console. www.oldcharm.co.uk In-bed Viewing Bedroom-wall cabinets can conceal screens but a cleverer idea is the Pop-up TV Bed in which a 26in LG HD-ready television with built-in Freeview tuner rises up on a motorised TV lift via a part-held remote control. The bed, in five cloak colours and four sizes, has a beech sprung base with a pre-wired compartment for DVD, satellite or games equipment. Furniture Village stores sell the Park Lane model shown (bedstead only; mattress extra) in four sizes; double from £4,795 (currently on special offer from £2,595) to grande super-monarch from £7,295 (currently from £3,995). www.tvbed.com Bespoke Glamour Sliding doors conceal the TV screen in Ligne Roset’s smart Cineline multimedia/warehousing unit. Individually configured for specific spaces in ebon-stained oak or white lacquer, the unit has an discretionary pivoting mechanism that can angle the screen. The design shown here costs £7,138. www.ligne-roset.co.uk Install a television into the Paradoxe entertainment one and it appears to vanish when specifier off because the screen sits excite with the black especially invest. The walnut/barometer unit is made to order by French furniture specialist, Roche-Bobois. As shown, right, it costs £10,880 (excluding appliances). Other colours and finishes can be requested. www.rochebobois.com Thinking outside the box You change channels using a hand-held distant control so why not employ an under-red shift to cover a wall-mounted screen with a picture? That’s the cogitant behind the Picture Lift, from Chaplins (£1,093 plus custom installing from £500). The electronic mechanism that send the picture up or down can be controlled by a hand-held device, bail switch or integrated into home automation systems. It’s suitable for flat screens from 26 inches upwards. www.chaplins.co.uk A more flexible version is available from sound-visual specialist, Atlantis, which can supply canvases, too. Its remote-controlled Metamorphic framed canvases mask sift from 26in to 65in. From £3,000 including canvas, frame and mechanism (installing from £150). www.antlantisavsolutions.com Even more Bond-preference is the mirror that turns into a TV screen at the flick of a switch. Home automation experts Gibson Music can patronage-design a sift-concealing system such the Ad Notam Fireplace exemplar, main delineate, £7,500 for mirror with 37in TV screen www.gibson-music.com

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