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Framing a Flat Screen

Have You Framed Your Flatscreen?

Designed by Wesley Cadle, the Mercedes-Benz Star Lounge at Lincoln Center is full of luxurious touches, including glazed linen walls, golden-framed artwork, and velvet upholstered furniture. The lounge, part of Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2012 at Lincoln Center, also has a rather covert, techy feature on the wall, which you can see on the right-hand side of this photo. Cadle framed the flat screen television with the same frames he used for the artwork in the room, effectively camouflaging the television. It's a great trick for minimizing a glaring tech necessity in a living room or bedroom at your home. Have you tried this?

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