A framed TV that looks like a mirror when off sits above the bedroom's see-through fireplace. "I think more and more people are trying to make their bedroom a respite, and you want the TV there when you want it but you don't want it when you don't want it," says tech expert Carley Knobloch. "This is a really nice solution where it kind of disappears."
It's relatively straightforward to bring the Gallerie trend into your home. Smart, well-placed pops of color, as in these swings, artwork, rug and pillows allow a subtle color palette to act as a great backdrop for color.
With all the windows, the curved exterior wall was the only spot to mount the TV. In order to blend it with the rest of the room redesign, Patrice extended the draperies to soften the area and obscure the mounting equipment and “ground” the TV.
As seen on Beach Flip, decorations include a custom wood cabinet to hide the television in the first floor living room at the renovated Gulf Dreams condo. A twine and boat hook closure nods to the room's nautical surroundings.