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10 Ways To Store Your TV
It's time to revisit one of our classic decorating dilemmas: televisions. It's gotten easier over the years with flat-screened models, but the question remains: how to display something fairly ugly that you use regularly, without it detracting from the other good, stylish work you've got going on at home? READ: 4 Clever Ways To Store Shoes Let's check in with the latest ways our house tour subjects have tackled the issue: READ: 5 Ideas For Built-In Storage
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Linton and Rob cleverly used an easel to support their flat screen television, as a streamlined option with a small footprint
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Sabreen and Terry camouflaged their television by hanging it on a dark painted wall. READ: 5 Ways to Change Up Your Home Under $10
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And to go a step further, James and Dom's black television is nested perfectly in a small space in their black painted library shelves, among lots of books. It sticks out less that way.
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Catt Sadler is a television personality so it makes more sense that she's have multiple televisions hanging side by side on the wall of her living room. In this case, a balanced two looks better than one. READ: The 8 Germiest Items in Your Home (and How to Clean Them)
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Eric and Maaike hid their television behind a rustic sliding door. When they aren't watching, all they need to do is push it closed.
(Apartment Therapy)

10 Ways To Store Your TV

It's time to revisit one of our classic decorating dilemmas: televisions. It's gotten easier over the years with flat-screened models, but the question remains: how to display something fairly ugly that you use regularly, without it detracting from the other good, stylish work you've got going on at home? READ: 4 Clever Ways To Store Shoes Let's check in with the latest ways our house tour subjects have tackled the issue: READ: 5 Ideas For Built-In Storage

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