Interior Designers and design-savvy clients love watching TV as much as anyone, but often hate seeing the TV when it is turned off. Thin as they are today, a TV is just a rectangular monolith on a wall that adds nothing to a room’s interior d├ęcor or ambiance when it isn’t being watched. Behold the mirror TV, one of the tricks up our sleeves to hide audio/video systems!

The mirror television trend started over a decade ago, but was often a difficult DIY effort where you would try to find the best glass/mirror that didn’t dim the TV too much, yet still do a good job of hiding the TV. Then there was the thickness issue, most flat screens were still too thick to fit in 2 x 4 construction walls. Then, there was the TV ventilation issues…


Now, thanks to brands such as SEURA, engineering a mirror TV solution is no longer a job for MacGyver. These clever hidden televisions are specially engineered to be behind mirrors, and the ventilation and mirror opacity variables have been all figured out for you. Since the larger TV sizes are now ultra-thin, most of these engineered hidden TV solutions fit in standard 2 x 4 wall stud depth.