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Influential and Influential New York City Design Chelsea Brown He chose to take it Samsung Frame TV Take it to the next level by pinning Grooved Detail right next to its screen. This wall treatment is completely temporary and easy on the tenant and is a great way to create more visual interest.

To make a grooved wall treatment, you will need:

Step 1: Paint the foam nails

Select a color and paint over the foam dowel (put it on cardboard to avoid making a mess). Brown recommends applying two coats of paint.

Step 2: Stick to the picture hanging strips

Wait at least five hours for painted nails to dry, says Brown. Next, stick three strips on the back of each dowel.

Step 3: Hang the nails on the wall

Use a level to ensure the nails are placed evenly. Brown chose to hang her nails vertically to complement her television; However, you can display the nails in a horizontal or diagonal configuration.

Canvas covered with art panels

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Home Decor & DIY Blog Kate of House Mix She was looking for a budget-friendly solution to conceal her TV while ensuring that it would turn off when not in use. She used a pre-made art print to create an aesthetic panel cover that kept her flat screen monitor out of sight. For more details, she Articles Shows complete instructions for building a frame to hide her 70″ TV.

To create a canvas, you will need:

Step 1: Measure the size of the TV

You want to make sure your canvas frame is larger than the TV. Use the tape measure to get the dimensions of the TV and find out the dimensions of the frame, which should be slightly larger than the TV.

Step 2: Cut the panels for the frame

Once you have the dimensions for your frame, measure and cut the planks to size using a miter saw.

Step 3: Assemble the frame

Put one screw in the center of the 6-inch panel, and use trim screws and a drill to attach the panels and create the box frame.

Step 4: Prepare the door frame

Add four 2-inch pieces (lips) to the top and bottom of the front of the frame box for the doors to rest on. The 2-inch-wide panels are used as an attachment to the wall studs in the back.

Step 5: Customize the Frame

spray paint or wood stain To convert the frame from rough to glossy.

Step 6: Create panels with flaps

Create the panels by stapling (as well as nailing) two panels of fabric together into one vertical strip. Use caulk to fill in any gaps between the two panels. Repeat until you have four plates.

Step 7: Select and print the artwork

This project used art from Etsy, which was then printed as an oversized four-color poster via OfficeMax.

Step 8: Paste the stickers on the canvas

Spray the adhesive onto the fabric, then roll the sticker. Use a staple gun along the sides to secure it.

Step 9: Attach the panels to the frame

Tape the boards together and attach them to the wooden frame using piano hinges. “These allow the doors to fold in on themselves again,” Kate explains.

Step 10: Mount the frame on top of the TV

Using wall studs and mounting screws, attach the frame to the wall above the TV.

TV frame with wooden decoration

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DIY effect Laura Burkhalter She was inspired to make a frame for her flat screen and was able to do it for just $20, using basic materials from the hardware store. This piece can be easily customized with paint – just select the shade that works best for you.

To make a wooden frame, you will need:

Step 1: Cut the ornament

Set the metric shears to a 45-degree angle. “Remember to measure so that the inner corners of your TV are also the inner measurements of your frame,” Burkhalter says.

Step 2: Secure the frame

Use brackets, nails, and an L-shaped drill, and connect all the cut pieces into a rectangle.

Step 3: Caulk and paint

Squeeze where the corners meet. Spray paint the color of your choice.

Step 4: Hang the frame

Use scrap wood to make L-shaped mounts to hang your frame above the TV. Alternatively, you can attach the frame to your TV with Velcro straps, Burkhalter notes.

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