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The Clever Way Jasmine Roth Hides TVs In Everyday Spaces
While many home designers attempt to forgo the TV, homeowners typically want one. HGTV's Jasmine Roth has a clever solution that uses art to cover the television.
In her show "Help! I Wrecked My House," Roth creates a custom wood frame that surrounds the TV in the same wood as the fireplace mantel, giving the entire area a unified look.
The frame provides a box for the appliance, which is concealed by a remote-operated painted screen that raises when it's being used.
Roth describes it as an even more luxurious way to do a traditional Frame TV, which simply showcases an image of a painting when the appliance is not in use.
Showcasing a painting on the screen can look different than an actual painting, but Roth's hack makes the retractable screen a more convincing work of art.