One of the greatest improvements in TV is its size—what used to be big and bulky is now slim and sleeker. It is less of an eyesore and opens up a wealth of ideas on how to make it blend with your surroundings.
Since your TV will definitely occupy wall space, why not treat it as you would a painting or artwork and frame it.
Here, we chose a simple black frame as a stark contrast to the many textures of the wall.
The process is quite simple:
Once you’ve decided where to hang or place your TV, measure the actual width, height and thickness of the unit.
A professional framer/shop is the best place to find a wide array of frames.
Let your TV installer know what you have in mind so they can make the proper adjustments and what kind of backing you will need to make your TV function properly. Bring these requirements to your framer.