The Art of Balance, Séura Entertainment TV MirrorContemporary Living Room
Design by Candice Olson. Candice Tells All, HGTV.
Séura Vanishing Entertainment TV Mirror vanishes completely when powered off. Specially formulated mirror provides a bright, crisp television picture and a deep, designer reflection.
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Want to hide that TV? Just put it behind a mirror. Here a flat-panel display is hidden behind an electronically controlled mirror (sometimes called a dielectric mirror), with the TV elements recessed into the wall. A remote control changes the mirror from reflective to clear so you don't have a big black rectangle on your wall whenever you're not watching TV.Companies like Seura, Hidden Television and Frame My TV have mirror options for existing TVs or integrated TV mirrors.
Mirror TV. My favorite way of camouflaging a television is with mirror technology. As seen here, when the TV isn't in use, you see a mirror above the fireplace. But when you turn the TV on, the mirror dissipates and the screen becomes visible. Design tip: Mirror kits and frames in all sizes and finishes are available for all makes and models of televisions. Consult a home media professional to order one for your TV.More: Where to Put Your Flat-Screen TV