How can you hide a TV?

Posted in Feng Shui, Home Design, Interior Design, Residential Design, Technology, Uncategorized on April 15, 2014

How can you hide a TV?

By Julie Ann Segal

Let’s be honest – everyone wants a TV, but not everyone wants to look at one. Especially in spaces where you entertain, like the living room or kitchen…or in spaces where it looks out of place, like the bathroom.

Could a Hidden TV could be the solution for you? This brand new product hides the TV by being a mirror when it’s not turned on. It can be customized to the size and style that works best in your space. Complete with moldings, it looks like any attractive, elegant mirror you’d choose to enhance your space.

The Hidden TV can be mounted on your wall, or recessed. It has built-in speakers, and the remote is even waterproof, so you don’t have to worry if it falls into the sink or tub.

But besides being a highly innovative and unique product, with superior picture quality, it can work on a whole other level in your space – for better Feng Shui.

From a Feng Shui perspective, electronics are the “Fire Element”. Too much of the Fire Element can lead to arguments, irritation, even money and health challenges, and burn-out. If you have a large TV, that’s just too much fire for many people. And especially if your TV is hung over the fireplace (which is immensely common).

To temper that fire, the Feng Shui solution is to add the “Water Element” – to energetically put out some of that fire. Hanging a mirror over the fireplace is the perfect, and often-recommended, solution. The mirror works as the Water Element.

With the Hidden TV, you’re getting your TV, which you want (dare I say need?), and you don’t have to worry about it detracting from your beautiful design. Plus, you’re able to balance any challenges to the Feng Shui of your home with it also being a mirror.

It’s like magic!

Interested in hearing more about this new product? Contact Julie Ann by phone at 952.920.2827 or email julie@metrointeriors.com

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