In the past, a fireplace would often be a focal point of a room like a family or living room – and sometimes master bedrooms too. Over time, TVs also introduced themselves as the prime focus in rooms of many homes.
Often the TVs conflicted with fireplaces, creating two focal points, with the TV often being placed in a suboptimal location. The advent of flat panel TVs ameliorated this problem somewhat; the TV could be hung over a fireplace. Problem solved, right?
Well, not really. The space above a fireplace is often the area where you might want to display a great piece of artwork. Would you rather look at a black flat panel TV or a piece of art?
Fear not, there are solutions for this problem. And there are clever solutions for putting TVs in rooms like kitchens and bathrooms, where you want to use them but not feature them.
Let’s look at some ways hidden TVs can solve these problems for your clients in Austin - and enhance your great design too.