10 Aug Hidden TVs – your very own secret cinema
Whether we like it or not, the television has become an integral part of the family home often taking centre stage in living rooms, family rooms, bedrooms, kitchens – and sometimes even bathrooms – across the world.
Gone are the days when small TV sets were propped in the corner for people to gather around. With screen sizes from 49inches – 65inches becoming ever more affordable the television is becoming the central focus for the décor of any room.
However, with TVs, Blu-ray players and Sky boxes comes a whole new problem – cable clutter. While traditionally you may have hidden the cables away behind a cabinet or even chased them into the wall, you’re still left with a big screen that offers nothing to the décor of the room when not in use.
Now, there are a number of amazing and innovative ways of keeping the most popular (albeit ugly) component of your décor from impacting the minimalism or aesthetics of your room. Pro Media Solutions are delighted to be able to support our clients in achieving their design dreams while also achieving high-end visual and audio quality.
Below we highlight just a small selection of techniques you can used to beautifully disguise your television. If you want to learn more or see how we can help you with this, please do not hesitate to get in touch on 0345 505 1760 or through any of our social media channels, below.
Picture or Mirror TV concealment
Or there is the newly released Samsung ‘The Frame’ TV currently available in 55” and 65” sizes.
Sliding art mechanisms
Depending on wall space there are a number of mechanisms available to split two pictures, or move a single piece of artwork up, down or into custom made wall panel.
You can take your TV disguise to the ultimate ‘Bond Villain HQ’ by concealing your TVs and AV equipment from view completely. With just the touch of a button your TV can emerge from the floor, ceiling, joinery, walls. …or even from under the bed:
There really is no limit…and why stop at hiding TVs, if you have the space why not conceal a row of cinema chairs in your floor and bring them out for group cinema nights!
Feature image: By Tanya Polovik 12