How to Hide a TV in Your Room

This is the best way to hide, cover or disguise a TV in your home or office. They are available as a hanging charts or as a vintage pull down. Our TV pull downs are made with rough cut western red cedar wood, custom steel brackets and printed on archival poly/cotton canvas. The maps and images are mounted on an industrial metal roller with a over-sized spring mechanism that will provide years of dependable service and keep your TV hidden in plain sight when not in use. Now an eye-catching map or richly colored print—not your large screen television—can be the primary focal point in your family room! Our pull downs are customizable for the dimensions of your wall space with most of them made to fit a 30" TV up to an 80" TV (or larger).

The Best Way to Hide a TV

Details of our TV Cover Ups

     The most efficient way to cover your TV is to use one of our custom made TV pull downs. Our shelves come in two widths and 3 sizes (more info below) to allow for a custom fit. Each can be custom sized for your space and the size and depth of your flat screen TV. The shelf is made of red cedar or you can upgrade to an oak shelf. The shelf is made from one cedar board for the 6" shelf and two boards for the 10" shelf. Oak shelves will always be crafted from one board. 

The shelf is mounted to your wall with our custom fabricated steel shelf brackets. These are engineered to have a rustic (yet modern!) look and to be strong to hold the shelf and an extra 30-40 pounds. We make all of our brackets in our South Carolina map shop. They are built in the raw steel color, but can be painted to match your decor as well.

     We print each map and image in our shop on an archival poly/cotton canvas blend on one of our large-format, professional 12 ink Canon printers. Your map or image will be color true and have a photographic image quality. The details are amazing!

The canvas is then mounted to an industrial steel roller with our 7 step adhesion process which will allow for many years of trouble free use and durability. The bottom of the canvas will have an oak wood bar with matching accents and unique screws/hardware.