I’ve watched a lot of HGTV decorating and house-hunting shows, and it always seems the female in a couple wants to either have no TV in a room or to disguise it to such a degree as to render it almost useless. I like my big-screen HDTV, thanks very much, but sometimes I do wish it wasn’t such a big, black monolith when the set is turned off. With a TV mount from Hidden Vision TV Mounts, you can turn your TV into a work of art – literally. These mounts display a piece of artwork on the back of the TV, and they sit flush against the wall to look like a normal framed picture. When you want to watch TV, you can either Flip-Around or Flip-Out your TV. The Flip-Around (top image) flips 180-degrees to bring the TV out for viewing. It has gas springs that make flipping a 30-55″ TV pretty effortless. The Flip-Out (standard and extended models) are designed to hang over your bed. A 15-32″ flat screen mounts behind the artwork and just extends out from the wall so you can watch TV while lying in bed. Prices vary by model, size, and features. The standard Flip-Out starts at $600.
Hide your TV in plain sight with this mount
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This is really cool. Now if only it were remote controlled too! 😉
And also if only the TV were completely wireless as in the photos!
These are actually pretty cool, I got to setup one at a client. I want one myself. As for the wires they arms have conduits for them. If you have a receiver or switch located elsewhere you only need a single HDMI and power cable. Both hide very well in the arms. Most wall mounted TV’s require you punch a hole in the wall to run the cables down anyway. This is no different.
Julie! They just released remote controlled motorized mounts this week! I saw it on their website.
@True Garner cool! If I didn’t already have my flatscreen mounted on my wall, I’d consider something like this.
Oh admit it Julie you are considering it anyways.