When you’re not tuning into your favorite show or enjoying a movie, a TV can be a bulky eyesore. You want it to be central so you can comfortably watch, but it’s not a worthy focal point when it’s turned off. Discover some casually elegant DIY solutions.
For a simple and fun solution for hiding your TV, use a vintage pull-down map. See homelovestories.com for more information.
Cut and mount an old barn door for a rustic, patina-rich way to hide your TV. It becomes a vignette with a wreath in the center and shutters on either side. Pieces of beadboard for the door help the hardware that allows it to slide to blend into the overall look. Learn more at romanticprarie.blogspot.com.
A homemade wood box painted navy with a Moroccan trellis pattern beautifully covers a flatscreen behind it. The box is made of two layers of 1 x 6 boards for the frame and fence boards for the doors. Wood putty covers the nails, as well as the navy paint, and the pattern is a vinyl application. For more instructions and step-by-step photos, visit simplysalvage.com.
Turn your tv into art with a custom frame that suites your style.