How to Hide the Technology in Your Living Room

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Let the Décor Shine While Your Equipment Reveals Itself When Needed

Once upon a time, electronics looked quite different from today. The TVs and audio equipment of yesteryear were designed to be part of a living area. You have to go quite a way back, but in the 1950s through perhaps the 1970s, electronics were styled to look like furniture. Does anyone remember record players and turntables encased in wood furniture consoles? Or console TVs with elegant wood trim?

Those days are gone. Electronics today look like…electronics. Flat-panel TVs are big slabs of black screen when they're not turned on. Audio components – with some exceptions – don't distinguish themselves with style. Some people don't mind, and some gear can be made to blend in with its surroundings. But if you are one of those style-conscious people who’s a stickler for design and ambiance, you’ll be happy to know you can have your media and not see it too. Read on below to learn about hidden technology options for your Charlotte, NC, living spaces.

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How to Easily Hide Your Audiovisual Technology

Interior design is an art, and therefore is highly personal. Everyone has different tastes when it comes to style, and the same goes for technology. Some people love showing it off while others would like to hide it. If you are into hiding your whole house audio and video products, then you have come to the right place.

The Integrated Home specializes in blending technology with your Charlotte home décor. In this blog edition, we’ll give you some ideas and show you some fun possibilities when it comes to hidden technology.

Hide TVs in Any Space for Impressive Surprises

Séura is a master at creating TVs that magically appear in a variety of forms. Their Vanishing TV Mirror can be placed anywhere in the house, even in the shower. You can wake up in the morning, walk into your bathroom to get ready and watch the news in the mirror while you brush your teeth. Séura also has a line of outdoor TVs that are weatherproof and built to withstand nature’s elements.

If you find that a TV mirror isn’t your style, TVs can also be placed behind pieces of art or conceal them inside ceilings and walls. The Integrated Home uses motors to move screens in and out of spaces. With just the touch of a button, you can bring out the TV and get ready for an evening movie. Hidden technology is a great option if you want to add to a room, but don’t want the technology to stand out.

With our integration professionals, you can distribute different videos to every screen in the house and not disrupt your interior design in the process.

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