Whether you have a small home or don’t want a TV on show 24/7, Luke Edwards reveals the sets that won’t hog your space
Maximise your living space with a hidden TV, then learn how to ERRVW WKH DFRXVWLF ćRZ RI your room
Getting a clear living area when room space is minimal can be tough, especially if you add in a telly, but one way to do so is with a hidden TV. We’re not talking about invisible sets from the future, but intelligently designed displays that not only blend into your home, but actually work to enhance its sense of style and spaciousness.
Samsung’s The Frame (from `1,34,800, samsung.com) is, as the name suggests, a TV designed with a picture frame-style bezel. When not in use as a TV, Art Mode transforms The Frame into a work of art of your choosing; the Frame includes access to a free gallery of professionally curated art, comprising 100 pieces across various movements. As a 4K HDR TV, it delivers superclear picture quality.
If you watch TV in your bedroom, relax and binge-watch from a TV bed (tvbed.co.uk), where a telly pops up from the foot of the bed. Or, if you have recently bought a new TV, consider framing it with a mirror layer (frameyourtv. co.uk), a custom design to turn your TV into an ornate wall mirror when turned off.