You can stylishly hide or camouflage your flat-screen TV with art, doors, mirrors and more… Another fun article from Houzz. I like it because I do not think TVs should be in the living room, but as we downsize we run out of places to put it.
Televisions with mirrored fronts can be purchased from a variety of online and retail sources, which often offer an array of framing options.
A motorized TV lift with a remote is more convenient to use than a manual option, but the noise from the motor varies depending on the specific model.
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After framing the wall, they attached two 60-inch industrial drawer slides to the framing and secured a piece of plywood to the slides. They were able to slide the assembly out of the house and used a traditional TV arm-mount to mount the TV and cables they needed to make everything work.
The TV is not weatherproof, the opening of the house is weatherproof. An opening in the siding was cut and flashed and insulated it.
The siding piece covers up the TV slot when it’s not in use.
Your turn: Do you celebrate the look of a TV or would you rather hide it? Please share your tips for concealing a TV in the Comments.