Lake Michigan HouseModern Bedroom, Milwaukee
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These homeowners opted for a custom-designed footboard cabinet that matches the bed and houses the television. Since they didn’t want to miss the views of Lake Michigan, the cabinet has a mechanism that moves the TV out of the way when not in use.
Witteman and firm designed this cushioned piece for the end of the bed. Inside is TV lift hardware that can be operated by remote. The clients can watch their TV or store it away with the touch of a button.The rest of the interior was designed with the same clean, contemporary look in mind. Outdoor stone material was incorporated near the bedroom entry to blur the line between the indoor room and balcony. Witteman had cherry wood paneling installed against the back wall, which also includes a door into a walk-in closet behind the bed. The entire closet and door system is built into the wall panel, making it just as invisible as the TV when it's tucked away.Bedframe: Cuba Bed from Koch-SmithMore: Where to Put the TV When the Wall Won't Work How to Blur the Lines Between Inside and OutTV in the Bedroom: Thumbs Up or Down?