40 Room-Altering TV-Surrounding Ideas
Have I got a brainteaser for you today The TV room decor bible. I've been asked this question a few times, and after spending way too much time looking at perfect tv rooms on Pinterest, I think I'm ready to take on the challenge. The size of our televisions continues to grow, and with
Oh boy, do I have a stinker of a problem for you today. The TV room decor bible.
I've been asked this question a few times, and after spending way too much time looking at perfect tv rooms on Pinterest, I think I'm ready to take on the challenge.
The size of our televisions continues to grow, and with it comes the question of how to hide it or otherwise make it blend in with the rest of the room so that it doesn't look like a black hole.
When they're on, we can't help but stare at them for long periods of time. In contrast, when they're not around, things change #ugleeeeee
It's understandable that lots of people have trouble finding furniture and arranging accessories to fit around their TVs. However, we have some aces up our sleeves, so we intend to take this sucker ON. No matter how much money you have to work with, how much time you have to devote, or whether you can make major structural changes or not, I guarantee that today's post will have something useful for you.
You'll find 40 stylish ways to decorate your TV room below.
The first concept is to install built-ins in all four corners of the TV room.
With this setting, the TV will blend in as though it were always there. The television blends in with the rest of the cabinetry rather than serving as a distracting focal point. Also, decorative flair can be displayed with open shelving.
Incorporating cupboards beneath the shelves is a great way to add extra storage without sacrificing any floor space, making it ideal for storing DVDs and gaming accessories out of sight.
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To make the television appear even more integrated, like a picture frame, Kate Marker Interiors suggests recessing it and adding moulding around it.
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A second concept is to install floating shelves next to or above the television.
Possible reasons include a lack of funds or a preference for a more modern, minimalist aesthetic.
In this case, a simple set of floating shelves can accomplish the same thing by drawing attention away from the massive black screen and into the surrounding white wall space.
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The third concept is to have the fireplace serve as the room's primary point of interest.
Put something else in the room's spotlight if you don't want the TV to steal the show. A fire is the ideal remedy Displaying a prominent piece of decor on the mantle will make a dramatic, eye-catching statement.
There's also nothing quite like a warm fire in the living room to bring loved ones together. It's just so warm and friendly sounding.
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TV What TV Ha If you want to pull off that last one, you'll probably need a lot of money and an architecturally designed home. However, don't you agree how stunning it is So, moving on...
Fourth Concept: Hide the TV behind Sliding Doors or Repositionable Art
If you know a few tricks, you can make that blank screen disappear completely.
Here are some examples of sleight-of-hand solutions in which the illusion succeeds where the reality fails: sliding panels, opening cupboard doors, sliding aside picture frames
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Find the TV, will you? Nope Because it's covered up by those aesthetically pleasing panels. When something is out of sight, it's out of mind.
Here, the TV is concealed behind a hinged mirror above the mantel.
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And now for some easy, store-bought methods of concealment: A bracket on the wall holds frames that can be pushed aside...
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In addition, the TV is hidden behind an accordion-style cabinet mounted on the wall.
Method 5: Paint the wall behind the TV a dark color to make it blend in.
Just one simple decorator's trick that I adore Having a large television in a room can have the same effect as a black hole. However, if you paint the wall behind it a dark color or install dark paneling, it will almost be unnoticeable. Ta-da
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CONCEPT NO. 6: Frame the television in an eclectic gallery wall
It is very common because it doesn't call for any major renovations to the room, saving both time and money. Placing up some artwork is something that can be done by anyone, anywhere. Furthermore, a gallery wall is a great way to exhibit your unique sense of style. You'll never see a duplicate design on two gallery walls.
How to make a killer photo collage to hang on your wall First, mix up the sizes of your artwork and the frames it's in, and pay attention to the empty space around each piece. If they are too far apart, they will not look like a unit. Like a jigsaw puzzle, you want them to fit together perfectly.
Next, check out how the artworks in these samples overlap BEHIND the TV. This is an excellent method for preventing the television from looking like the social outcast at a formal gathering.
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Concept No. 7: Arrange a grid of artwork in front of the TV
You don't like eclectic décor, do you? A formal grid gallery that wraps around your TV is another option for those who prefer a more traditional aesthetic.
Due to the symmetrical and structured nature of this style, the adage "make sure everything lines up exactly" is the exact opposite of what you should do when displaying artwork in this manner.
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The number eight suggestion is to put in an artistically designed television.
Look closely; can you identify the TVs? No
What looks like a painting but is actually a rectangle on the wall is your hint.
When turned off, the screen of Samsung's "The Frame" TV displays a work of art. The TV is designed to hang flush against the wall. There is no longer a void in the space. Yes please I want one
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9th IMPLEMENTATION: Pretend the TV is a mirror
All decors can benefit from the addition of a beautifully framed mirror. What if your hideous television could be transformed into a seductive mirror?
Wait… there is This unique glass, known as Dielectric mineral glass, acts as a mirror when the television is turned off but becomes completely transparent when the picture is on.
A "mirror TV" is a product that some businesses offer as a turnkey option, while others offer services wherein a special two-way glass is placed over your existing TV and a frame is added to give the illusion of a mirror image. However, only a select few televisions may be compatible with this method; for details, we recommend getting in touch with the manufacturer directly.
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THIRD PARTY THOUGHT NO. 10: Use a tall object (like a lamp or a tree) to support the TV.
Returning to elementary expedient measures is in order. Here's a simple way to redress the scales with the tools at your disposal.
Decorating around a TV on an entertainment center can be challenging due to the unit's unusual triangular shape. Adding some height with a floor lamp or a tree in a container helps things feel more balanced. Bring in a tall piece of furniture or a plant to completely hide that television.
You may have noticed that everything here is arranged intentionally asymmetrically, with a taller element on one side and a shorter element on the other. A group of vases looks great stacked on the end of a TV stand.
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11: Use plants as TV decor
Nothing soothes the modern TV's technology onslaught quite like a slice of nature.
In a word, plants are on your side. Filling some of that awkward blank space around and beside the TV with plants in pots, plants in baskets, hanging plants, or even just a swath of greenery in a vase serves two purposes.
Confidently induces feelings more akin to those of a boho hipster relaxing in his or her own indoor garden than a 21st-century wage slave.
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As a result, you now have a plethora of options to decorate around (or conceal) ) the TV My sincere wish is that this information was of use to you.
Wishing you a home filled with sunshine until we meet again.
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