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BookcasesTo take a less hypermodern approach, place a TV in a full bookshelf system (rather than free-floating minimalist shelves) to create a more transitional look. Encasing the TV in custom framing helps it blend even further into the casework, so only the essential screen is visible (and not shiny brand names).Keep in mind that a frame will block the remote receiver, so you may need a device to reroute the signal from a receiver tucked on a nearby shelf. Chango & Co.
Again, asymmetry can be your friend here, as placing the TV off to one side in a wide bookcase or pair of cases will keep it from feeling like the visual focal point. Depending on the furniture arrangement, this can also leave a TV well-positioned to be watched from a sectional sofa or favorite chair, even if it’s off-center from some of the other seats. Lex McMillan Architects Ltd
Competing Focal PointsWhether a TV is placed in the center of a wall or not, it will still be a large punch of black in your color scheme. You can try to ignore it (which won’t make it go away), or you can embrace it, adding black in other items to help balance out the look.This room includes some sizable black artwork, a black chest of drawers and the dark fireplace, which helps keep the TV from being a visual standout.