How to integrate a TV into your living room

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    Disguise your TV behind a panel

    Conceal a television behind sleek sliding or folding doors. Additional features can also be incorporated to make it truly bespoke.

    ‘We can create special mesh doors so that speakers are hidden but the flow of sound isn’t impeded,’ says Tim Newbold of furniture builder Domus.

    There are also different types of brackets you can mount the TV on. ‘The most basic is a static arm, but you can also buy articulated brackets that mean the screen can be pulled forward or tilted for optimum viewing when the unit is open.’

    How much will it cost?

    This purpose-built sliding unit, including space for speakers, CDs and DVDs, is by Andy Martin Associates, and costs £4,500 (not including the TV).

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