I recently had a client who wanted a TV in the kitchen but didn’t want to see it all the time (or take up precious counter space) so we tucked it into an upper cabinet. The cabinet can still be utilized, it’s just shallower than the others, and the TV can drop down via remote whenever they are inclined.
One of the biggest debates I see between clients is whether or not to have a TV in the bedroom. Hiding the TV in the footboard of your bed frame, or in an end cabinet, is one of the best compromises I’ve seen.
If you don’t have room for a cabinet, hiding your TV in the ceiling is a great space saver.
Or, if you have a million dollar view and don’t want anything to block it, consider hiding the TV in your floor. This is also the best idea for larger flat screens that won’t fit on furniture.
One of the coolest ideas I’ve seen is the introduction of hiding your TV outdoors. Hot tubs are meant for relaxing and adding a TV to the mix can only make the experience better.