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Interior Design With A Plasma
One of the amazing things about plasma televisions is the
multitude of options they create for interior designers. The
main feature benefit of the plasma is its slim profile. When
switched on, a plasma television can dominate a room, but
when switched off it can become an unobtrusive wall hanging.
Of the many design options, camouflage remains one of the
most popular. In the living room, a plasma television can be
inset in the wall and easily covered by a sliding panel to hide
the unit when not in use. That would have been impossible
with a bulky CRT television. The sliding panel can hold a
mounted print and act as a contributing member of the décor.
I recently saw another interesting technique used to
incorporate a plasma television into a room's design inside a
friend's master bedroom. The TV was mounted with a gilded
frame to cover all but the screen itself, and placed at the foot
of the bed, on the wall above a dresser. The reflective nature
of the powerless screen, combined with the frame to give the
appearance of a large dressing mirror. Then, with the push of
a button the screen can come to life.
Some designs will choose to embrace the modern style of a
plasma television instead of hiding it. It's becoming common
practice to wire your home more creatively, and a plasma TV
can benefit from this. With a little work, or planning curing the
construction phase of your home, you can create a small alcove
behind the television's mounting location. This niche can
contain outlets for both power and data. The plasma screen
could then be plugged in and hung with no visible wires. This
simple demonstration of technology follows the worldwide
embrace of all things wireless. The appearance of wireless
downplays the complexity of the plasma display itself, and
eliminates all distractions from the picture itself.
If you buy a plasma television, take the extra time to
incorporate it into your home. Blending your plasma display
with a little class makes the unit itself, and not just the
picture, a treat for the eyes. Adding a bit of style to the
television will make the addition to your home more
interesting and impressive to all those who visit.
Article written by Jakob Culver.
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