Hide & Seek TV Screen


Blue Egg Brown Nest has built a Hide & Seek TV Screen. When we build our home we knew we would be putting the TV above the fireplace, but did not want to see it. I refinished individual frames, found vintage postcards and had my husband fasten them together to create a screen to open & close.

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  • Chi7445269
    on Jun 26, 2016

    Where are the instructions for this project?

    • Bianca Anna
      on Sep 2, 2019

      Very simple to do. Possible two ways.

      #1 more expensive - make a hole in the wall and edge your TV in. Create a wooden frame around your TV and put hinges on the side. For the front, connect / create several frames. Voila!


      #2 less expensive. Create a frame, 1 inch thick on the sides of your TV. Put hinges on the side. For the front, connect / create several frames. Voila!

  • Sukii
    on Jul 15, 2016

    Such a great idea but .... as mentioned, where is the tut???

  • Mary
    on Feb 5, 2019

    can yo show the back of this so we can see how you did it? thanks

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  • Carly Jones
    on Aug 15, 2016

    so pretty!

  • Sally
    on Sep 26, 2016

    We hung our t.v. but not over the fireplace as we were advised the heat from it, as we actually use the fireplace routinely in the winter, would shorten the lifespan of the t.v. It is on the side wall now. Hiding like the would still be an aesthetic idea!!

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