LIV­ING

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

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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.

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