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Decorating With A Big Curved TV



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It is definitely not easy, I’ll give you that. I am referring to the elephant in the room, the big black box that is the never-ending topic of many discussions between men and women, the dreaded TV of course. Decorating around the shiny black rectangle that every decade just gets bigger and bigger can be tricky business. Fortunately, new curved screen TVs makes the task much easier and in reality it is really not that big of a deal. Also, remember that the space that the bigger TV’s take up nowadays, is just taking up the space that you used to store those endless amounts of awful DVD’s.

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In my opinion and my best advice is just to embrace the size of the TV – instead of trying to hide it, spend endless hours discussing why you need a 55-65” TV right there in the middle of the living room. And you know what? Any movie or TV show is just way better on a big screen in full HD.

And just to show you how easy it is to make a 65” Curved HDTV look good in a living room, I teamed up with Samsung and made a setting that easily can be set in almost any apartment or home. Even though you can easily hang the TV on the wall, I chose to have it standing on a storage unit. Though we don’t need the space for DVD’s, there is never enough storage space no matter the size of your home.

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TV by Samsung // Storage Rest by Montana // Accessories from Roomstore, Kähler, Stelton, Georg Jensen & Anders Arhøj

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