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Disguise it as an architectural element. Your TV will look less obtrusive if you create a visual parallel with another feature in the room. In this case, the thick black frame around the TV matches that of the fireplace surround.
Incorporate transparent materials. Glass shower walls and dividers allow you to view the screen even when you're not right next to it.
Keep it portable. You may change your mind and find that having a TV in the bathroom is more of a nuisance than a boon, or you may wish to move it depending on how your bathroom habits change. Perch it on top of a freestanding shelf unit to give you maximum flexibility.
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