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Traditional, Unusual or Disguised - How do you Display your TV?

Posted by Mark Godsell-Fletcher on

The way we have housed our TV's has changed over the years.  From the completely encasing stands of the 1930's, to the 1970's when they were more stand alone, and to today where you can house your TV in a stylish stand, on the wall and or disguised. As with all home interiors our design for the humble TV stand has evolved allowing us to be more flexible on where we place our viewing gadget. [caption id="attachment_1475" align="aligncenter" width="600"]TV Stands through the ages TV Stands Through the Ages (source)[/caption] The Traditional Traditional TV stands allow the TV's to be sat upon them and sometimes have the added bonus of storage.  As technology evolves and we not only use our TV for programmes and films, but also for gaming and photography, our need for storage for all our tech increases.  We at Eat Sleep Live, have a wonderful range of rustic TV stands that are not only handmade and stylish but also have great storage. [caption id="attachment_1476" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Eat Sleep Live TV Stands Eat Sleep Live TV Stands[/caption] The Unusual As with all home furnishings, someone always creates a design which is outside the normal 'box'.  Although they may not be something that we want displayed in our homes, they are certainly fun to look at.  I am certain that the designer of this TV stand was thinking about Walt Disney during the design process. [caption id="attachment_1477" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Black tv stand Pacini & Cappellini TV Stand (source)[/caption] Disguise Placing our TV on our walls has been growing in popularity,  allowing clean lines and no need for a stand.  Some people are taking the idea a step further.  State of the art technologies has allowed companies to create mirror and picture frame TV's.  The clever mirror TV's are what they say on the tin, they look like a mirror until you switch the TV on. [caption id="attachment_1478" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Mirror tv - Mirror TVs -[/caption] Following in this trend is the TV disguise as a work of art. [caption id="attachment_1479" align="alignnone" width="600"]Art tv - Art TV -[/caption] No matter the size of your TV, today there is more choice than ever before. [caption id="attachment_1480" align="aligncenter" width="400"]Worlds Smallest Colour TV ScreenWorlds Smallest Colour TV Screen[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1481" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Samsung Unveils The Worlds Largest TV Samsung Unveils The Worlds Largest TV[/caption] If you just want to have a TV where you Eat Sleep Live, here are some ideas. Eat

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