Hide Your TV When You’re Not Using It

N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis

 

We often see homes where the TV is on full display, but what if you’re the type of person who prefers not to see it when it’s not in use? Some people have cabinets or shelving that hide the TV, such as the collection seen here, designed by Massimo Castagna.

 

N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis


Designed for Italian manufacturer Acerbis, these entertainment units have a screen or panel that can slide across to hide the television.

N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis


When not in use, it looks just like any other piece of furniture, and guests would never know there’s a television there.

N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis


Behind the sliding panels, there’s also room for audio-video equipment, keeping it out of sight as well.

N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis


Here’s another example of the finishes that the unit comes in.

N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis


N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis


N.C. LANDSCAPE designed by Massimo Castagna for Acerbis


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