Paintings and picture frames
You may have seen this solution happen before. Photo frames around the TV. Adding paintings or photos around the TV can look busy. We therefore advise you to come up with a clear plan in advance. What kind of frames are you going to use and in which style will you choose the photos? Will you go for colour or black and white? If you go for colourful photos or paintings we would opt for a colour palette. Stick to a maximum of three colours, and adjust the images accordingly. This way you can still keep calm despite the colour.
Bonus points if your TV has an art mode setting
Yeah, there he is again! The panelling is actually the solution in almost every room without atmosphere. Our idea? On the wall that the TV stands or hangs in front of, you can add panelling up to below the line of the TV. We think about 20 to 15 centimeters just below the line of the TV is the best. This not only breaks up the space, but also puts the TV in the spotlight.
Compensate with an eye-catcher
Those who are not a fan of the look of their TV can opt for an eye-catcher. How about a large painting diagonally next to the TV? Or a large plant? By placing large accessories near the TV, that black shiny surface is much less noticeable.
All accessories together on a wooden shelf diagonally above the TV. We like it best if the shelf matches the colour of the wall. By placing a wooden plank on a white wall, all the accessories on the shelf create more unrest.
Hide the television in a TV cabinet
If you are not at all a fan of a large television in the interior, you can easily hide it. Have a TV cabinet made to measure so that the TV fits exactly in the middle of the cabinet. A few nice doors in front of it and you won’t be bothered by anything!