Architectural studios designed in Moscow, Russia, have elegant wall partitions, built-in open fireplaces that can be enjoyed from either side, and a door that cleverly hides the built-in TV. The antique oak looks exquisite, especially in combination with the marble on the floor.
Wolveridge Architects chose a different strategy when designing a Northcote home. The TV in the living room is mounted on the wall, and the sliding panels can be moved left and right to hide or display, depending on the activities the residents want to enjoy. This house is located in Melbourne, Australia.
This is the living room of an apartment in Paris, France with views of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine. This is a space designed by SO-AN that makes sliding and rotating panels. This special room features a sliding partition that hides the TV. When they are turned on, the TV is revealed and the lights on both sides are hidden.
The living room is not a space for TV in a modern home. It is also common to have a TV in the kitchen if size and layout allow. Architect Ben Herzog and interior designer KevinDumais created this space when Tribeca designed the attic. They created this beautiful wood paneled wall, and they hid a TV set inside.
The apartment designed by Sanders Architects and Cravotta Interior has a dining table that can be converted into a pool table, which is cool, but even so, it is not an impressive element of this room. Look at this striking wall with geometric panels of all shapes, sizes and colors. One part opens and shows a wall-mounted TV.
The Italian manufacturer Acerbis created an entertainment unit that lets people slide a panel to hide it when it is not in use. The unit was designed by Massimo Castagna. Elegantly designed and seamless, the sliding panel can be configured in a variety of configurations.
The combination of sliding panels, open shelves and built-in features make this living room in a Polish home a great multi-purpose space. When the TV is revealed, this can be a TV room, but if the TV is hidden and the bookshelf is exposed, it can also be used as a comfortable lounge or studio.
Diagchitecture chose a different strategy than trying to hide the TV set directly behind a wall or cabinet door. Check out this modern home on Atlantic Beach, Florida. It has a gorgeous interior with industrial elements. In the living room, the wall-mounted TV is hidden behind the carved wooden boards on the metal track.
As you can see, there are many modern ways to hide TV, many of which are the perfect combination of style and function. Many ideas are also customizable and adaptable to suit specific decorations and layouts. CONTENT Architecture designed one for the residence in Houston, Texas.
A common dilemma in decorating the living room is that TV and wall art are two elements, and if placed in the same place, it will look very ideal. Usually this is impossible and must be compromised. However, there is a solution. It involves hiding the TV behind a sliding panel with artwork.
Excessively complex decoration is not a good thing, so don’t try to hide the TV in a complicated way, perhaps sticking to a classic idea: hide the TV in a unit.
The wall units in this family room are simple and complex. It is primarily a collection of open shelves of various shapes and sizes. One of the compartments is large enough to hold the TV set, and a set of vertical sliding panels can be repositioned to hide the TV or some shelves.
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