How to hide a bedroom TV

Apr 17, 2020

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We've got several unique ways to mount displays in bedrooms so they're only there when you need them to be.

Up and away

Ceiling space is an often overlooked area to conceal a display but is often an ideal location to house a display when it's not in use.

Our range of Ceiling Hinge mechanisms allows you to gain a vast amount of wall and floor space which is ideal in a bedroom where you might want to dedicate that space to a dresser, or large mirror instead.

Many highrise apartments feature larger windows and breath-taking views, so there is often less wall space on which a display can be mounted. By installing the display into the ceiling you get to keep your view and have the comfort of watching TV in bed at a moments notice.

No monsters under here

An under-bed solution is also a novel alternative way to save space in a bedroom.

The display is safely stored inside the bed frame and can be summoned by the owner to advance from under the bed and hinge up to face the user.

The height adjusting arm of this mechanism can be preset to the perfect height for the client and there are also models which can rotate to face up to 6 preset locations (perfect if you like to watch TV while getting ready to go out.

We've also developed an electronic drop and roll flap which completely conceals the mechanism so that it's hidden when not in use.

tucked away

It's not always a necessity to completely conceal a display in a home. Instead, the owner might want to angle their display to watch it from multiple positions within the bedroom.

A PSE90 can move a display up to 90° to face the user while they're sitting in bed. The TV sits flush against the wall when you're not watching it so that your views aren't obstructed.

Something afoot

This system is flexible in its' design and is capable of moving incredibly large and heavy objects.

Moving heavy materials, such as granite or marble is now simpler to achieve as the power output of the servo motors is much higher than traditional motors.

Conceal and reveal

Sliding panels are one of the coolest ways to hide a display in a bedroom and is one of our most popular solutions because of it's stealth-factor.

The sliding front panel can be fitted with a custom fascia to match the surrounding joinery so that the mechanism blends seamlessly into any space.

At the users' command the panel slides up into the wall and the display advances forward to sit flush with the surrounding cabinetry. This ensures that the mechanism is hidden from view when the user chooses to watch TV. Once the user has finished watching TV it can be completely hidden from view so the room maintains its' original aesthetic.

Artistic License

Moving art can completely conceal a display behind a canvas or framed print if wall space is at a premium and you want to include both items in your bedroom.

This solution cleverly avoids having to keep your display on view at all times, as it can be unsightly when not in use. Instead, a single or split panel canvas print can glide in front of the display to completely hide it from view.

Our team are able to create bespoke canvas prints using client images or artwork in-house that are crafted to perfectly match with our mechanisms.

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*Please note as this is a guest post by a third party, not all images are our own.