Ways to Make Your Wall-Mounted TV More Attractive with Decorations
Fashioned by Erin Williamson
According to interior designer Erin Williamson, "I like to integrate wall-mounted TVs into the rest of the room by surrounding them with art, so that the TV becomes a part of a larger gallery wall." "Anchoring the TV to the wall with a shelf, credenza, or console table gives it a more permanent place in the room." ”
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That's Maite Granda!
Decorator Maite Granda, who was born in Cuba but now resides in Florida, opted for a television with a picture frame design that was installed in a built-in wall unit. When not in use, the beach scene looks like a photograph, which is a nice touch that goes with the rest of the decor.
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The flat screen television has replaced the antique mirror or oil painting traditionally hung over the hearth. When the television is turned off, the focus shifts to the bright and bold wallpaper in this LA Designer Affair-created design.
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What a Lovely Chaos!
Blogger Emma Chapman of A Beautiful Mess says, "I don't really have a big desire to 100% hide my TV in my house because I don't mind seeing them in spaces." But I don't like it when they dominate the space. Unless the TV is turned on and we're watching something, I like how this makes it disappear into the wall. Additionally, this black highlighting stripe draws attention to the artwork that we hung above the television. "
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The TV wall in this living room by LA Designer Affair is a focal point without being the main event because of the adjacent wall's deep blue color, custom paneling, and striking artwork. Aesthetic baskets hung over the television also direct the eye upward.
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Pizzale Design, by Mike Chajecki
Pizzale Design, owned by Canadian interior designer Gabriele Pizzale, opted for a wall of sleek black marble behind the fireplace insert and the wall-mounted television.
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Cathie Hong Interiors / Margaret Austin Photograph
A pair of hanging industrial wall lights add warmth to the otherwise stark TV nook in this Japandi-style living room by Cathie Hong Interiors.
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The Emily Henderson / Sara Tramp Design
Velinda Hellen, working with Emily Henderson Design, created this comfortable TV nook to hide the flat screen television. Since the room is painted in deep, rich tones, the TV is almost impossible to spot when it's not in use (though if you squint, you might be able to make it out on the right).
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What a Lovely Chaos!
Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess turned an awkward corner of her living room into a nice-looking home for her flat screen with a custom table that hides cables and equipment as well as a cute mini gallery wall that gives you something to look at other than the TV screen when it's unplugged and not working
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Success at Forbes Level
A textured black wall was used by Forbes Masters, an interior design firm, to conceal the television. By placing two identical lamps with black shades on either side of the TV, the viewer's gaze is diverted away from the blank screen and toward a more interesting focal point.
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Image Credits: Mike Chajecki / Pizzale Design
Canadian interior designer Gabriele Pizzale of Pizzale Design uses a deep blue wood slat wall to conceal a wall-mounted flat screen.
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The Master of Forbes
The lacquered walls, mirrored ceilings, imposing chandeliers, and general maximalist bling of this karaoke room from Forbes Masters takes the focus off the TV screen, which is not given pride of place over the fireplace but built into the custom millwork where it takes a back seat when not in use
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Just Look at That Beautiful Chaos
Using empty thrift store picture frames and a coat of black paint, blogger Emma Chapman of A Beautiful Mess describes her preferred method of TV camouflage. The author gushes, "I love how the TV kind of disappears into the space," adding, "but when it's on and in use it's actually even more visible with the darker background." "
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Ignites Rooms on Fire
To easily incorporate a large black flat-screen into a bright and airy space, take a cue from Desiree Burns Interiors and anchor it to the wall with a black credenza.
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To the Editor: Lori Dennis
This classy man cave, designed by LA-based interior decorator Lori Dennis, features dark blue walls and a moody black ceiling; when not in use, the television is hidden on the back wall.
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For the Masters of Forbes
Forbes Masters' minimalist TV wall features a flat-screen mounted on a white wall above a matching credenza. The designers subtly offset its black box effect by using black accents scattered throughout the otherwise white and light neutral room, blending it in with the rest of the setting rather than making it stand out.
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Pizzale Design / Mike Chajecki
Designer Gabriele Pizzale of Pizzale Design hid the television in the open living area by installing a large taupe wall unit with plenty of drawers and shelving that she filled with objects and art.
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Interiors of a Gray Zone
In this design by Gray Space Interiors, a wall-mounted flat-screen television is paired with a modern fireplace in a black frame, and the walls are finished with a concrete effect for a sleek look.
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Photos by Talitha / Decorations by Cathie Hong
In this room's design by Cathie Hong Interiors, a large flat screen is hung above a credenza on a side wall, where it is less likely to dominate the room thanks to the presence of large windows on adjacent walls and the addition of two framed prints.
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Sara Ligorria-Tramp and Emily Henderson Design
Arlyn Hernandez of Emily Henderson Design anchored the flat screen television above a mid-century credenza, which also brought warmth and harmony to the room with its natural wood tones.
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Studio KT hung the TV in a recessed box that matched the window casings above the chunky wooden mantel in this light and airy living room. With its wide black fireplace matching the width of the television and abundance of wood, the room exudes a sense of calm and relaxation.
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PizzAle Design / Mike Chajecki
Pizzale Design uses a pair of framed prints on either side of the TV to create visual harmony and soften the room's focus on the screen.
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Even though the screen is the focal point of a home theater, Studio KT's design includes black and white photographs framed around the room to evoke an atmosphere of classic Hollywood glamour.
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Designed by Sara Tramp & Emily Henderson
Greenery, such as this vase full of vibrant leafy branches in a room by Emily Henderson Design, is a simple way to divert attention away from a dark wall-mounted TV.Here are 26 Ingenious Ways to Use Plants as Décor
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Conceived by Ellie Lillstrom and Emily Henderson of Design
The best way to decorate around a TV wall is to replace the flat screen with a projector and use the wall as a blank canvas, which is ideal for those who love a giant screen but don't want to look at it when there's nothing playing on it. the Albie K. designed space showcases For Emily Henderson's Design Team, We Present: Buabeng
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