We wouldn’t trade our Netflix nights for anything—not even a picture-perfect home. But isn’t there a way to make our TV look like…erm...less of a vacuous black hole? Surely. We sourced the web for ten stylish ways to camouflage your hardest-working electronic.

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Paint Your TV Wall A Dark Hue

A dark-toned paint job will cause a flat-screen to visually recede. 

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Install Sliding Barn Doors Over A Media Center

Gorgeous passageway or clever electronics disguise? It’s hard to say.

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Install A Pull-Down Map Above It

For vintage charm and a seamlessly easy cover up.

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Install Framed Art Sliders

This chic DIY (which relies on drawer sliders mounted to the wall) only costs $30. 

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Tuck It Inside An Armoire

An oldie but a goodie: Stuff her inside an armoire and call it a day.  

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Create A Folding Screen With Art Prints

Hinge frames together so that they fold like a shutter.

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Or Do the Same With Oversize Canvases

Large unit? Hinge together rectangular canvases instead (bonus points for covering them in Gracie wallpaper).

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Hang A Tonal Gallery Wall Behind It

Incorporating your TV into a wall covered with black boxes will make it have less of a sore thumb effect visually. 

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Hang A Large Canvas Over It

Step 1) Find a large, lightweight piece of art. Step 2) Tack L-shaped brackets to the top of it. Step 3) Pop over the TV when it's not in use. Voilà.

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Splurge On This Ridonk TV

We’d be remiss not to mention The Frame here: aka the world’s “most beautiful TV,” which can be programmed with art and auto-adjusts its brightness to look natural.

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