Minimalists will love this product because it’s a mirror that conceals a big screen TV. Use it as a mirror by day and at night it becomes a TV. The TV Mirror mounts over your existing TV and uses beamsplitter TV mirror technology to turn the black screen of your powered off TV into a backing for this special glass mirror. When the TV is powered off, it performs like a traditional mirror, but as soon as you turn on the TV, you can watch movies and shows as you normally would through the glass. TV Mirrors are available in a variety mirror types and styles that will fit over HDTVs sized 10 to 105 inches. It’s a cool idea that I saw on a Tiny House Nation episode a few weeks ago. I like the idea of having a large mirror and a TV that can use the same space. What I don’t like is the price. TV Mirrors are Oprah expensive. Prices start at $1400 and go up to over $3000, and that price doesn’t even include the TV. Ouch! If you want more info, head on over to framemytv.com
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