How to Hide Your TV

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TV placement is becoming more and more discrete. Nowadays, many homeowners don’t have the space for (or don’t want) a media room in their home. Rooms need to be more multifunctional, rather than specific to certain needs, so what does a homeowner do when they want a TV in the room but don’t want to see it all the time? Let me introduce you to the TV lift, an ingenious device that allows you to hide your TV in anything from the foot board of your bed, to a dresser, to your floors, your ceiling... the possibilities are endless. Here are some of my favorite ideas:

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.

Beverly Hills media room
Lake Michigan House

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.

Ceiling Drop Down TVs

If you don’t have room for a cabinet, hiding your TV in the ceiling is a great space saver.

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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.

Outdoor TV Lifts

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.

Outdoor TV Lifts

Even better, don’t miss a single play! Watch the game while you’re cooking on the BBQ or entertaining outdoors.

Which idea do you like best?

For more TV decoration ideas: How to Decorate with a Flat Screen TV | 4 Creative Media Console Tables

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Jesse is a full time project coordinator for residential custom home builder, Selle Valley Construction (http://sellevalley.com/), in Northern Idaho where she manages the construction schedule and dabbles in design work. After graduating from Saint Mary’s College of California with a B.A. in English, Jesse moved to NW Montana where her passion for building and interior design blossomed. She also has an extensive background in marketing, social media management, writing, and non-profit work. When she’s not managing construction projects or writing she can be found curled up with a book or out exploring the mountains.