From sliding panels to retractable doors, here's a roundup of ideas for concealing the dreaded flat-screen TV when not in use.
Above: In a New York City loft, architect Lee Mindel of Shelton Mindel & Associates hides the TV behind a sliding panel.
Above: A TV in a deep niche can swivel into the wall when not in use, via Tom Stringer Design Partners.
Above: The Mirror Cabinet Media Solution from Pottery Barn is available in two sizes; the small ($381.65) fits most 50-inch TVs, and the large ($551.65) fits most 60-inch models.
Above: A small TV concealed within a beadboard cabinet. Photograph by Laura Moss for This Old House.
Above: A TV tucked under the stairs in the Shelter Island cottage of NY architects Rhea White and Steve Schappacher of Schappacher and White (see the project at Architect Visit: Shelter Island House by Schappacher and White).
Above: Folding doors with piano hinges on a TV cabinet, via Country Living.
Above: In a Marin County, California, beach house, designer Erin Martin covers a flat-screen TV with a vintage school map.
Above: A small TV lives inside a kitchen cabinet, via This Old House.
Above: A TV hides behind a sliding panel, via Sunset.
Above: Kitchen designer Mick De Giulio created a tiled sliding panel to conceal a small TV; via Traditional Home.
Above: A flat-screen TV is cleverly concealed in a gas fireplace chimney clad in reclaimed white pine in this Hudson Valley home, featured in Country Living. Photograph by Mikkel Vang.
Above: A San Francisco apartment with a hideaway TV, via Airbnb.
Want more ideas for concealing the TV? See 5 Quick Fixes: How to Display a Flat-Screen TV.
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