Wright Street Design Group Inc.
With televisions becoming considerably larger and displayed in more prominent places, many solutions for hiding, concealing and otherwise disguising this modern box have multiplied. While that’s one approach, hiding a TV does nothing for a room’s style in and of itself, and let’s face it, the idea is (at some point at least) to see it. Our home owners wanted a TV as well as an attractive clean and modern statement for there family room.
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4. Create floating boxesJust see how an array of floating boxes adds drama and takes the decor to a whole new level.Tip: To achieve such lighting effects, bring in an experienced electrical contractor and a carpenter who can execute the job properly. They will have to make provision for elaborate wiring for the LED strip lights in each box such that they are controlled by a single switch.
7. As an accent featureThink out of the box and transform diffused lighting into a work of art. An array of three-dimensional wooden boxes highlight the wall here, with recessed lighting to form an eye-catching detail.