Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Electronic Arts

A television is not the eyesore it used to be…I noticed recently on the Restoration Hardware website, and again with Vicente Wolf in Met Home. I see others are taking note as well- like this award winner by Alex Bjurstrom. Is TV the new art?

 bjurstrom tb easel

Alex Bjurstrom

restoration hardware easel front

Restoration Hardware

 vicente wolf methome

Vicente Wolfe in Met Home

11 comments:

qerat said...

Very creative.

TV's, cant live without them and cannot find enough ways to hide them :)

nannykim / spindle cottage said...

cool for a modern home

JeanMarie said...

love,love but not a cord/receptacle in sight. Can it be totally wireless?

Lauren said...

You know, I'm not so sure how I feel about this! Part of me gets a chuckle out of the idea of turning a TV into a "painting," but on the other hand, something feels...so WRONG about it, you know?

Just discovered your blog today, by the way, and have been enjoying it.

Lauren
(IN)DECOROUS TASTE

DesignTies said...

I guess if you can't hide it, you may as well make it look interesting!!

I need to figure out how to disguise a 10 foot wide screen that hubby wants to paint on the wall in our loft -- eeeek!!

Kelly

Cristin said...

Such a great way to hang TV. I blogged recently about Preston Bailey's apartment that did the same thing - influenced of course by his friend, Vincente Wolf.

xo,
cristin

Renae said...

What is NOT shown are the cords...where are they? I am not sure I really like this idea. I have seen it before somewhere.
xx

Dale said...

I love it!

Susan said...

Ha! That is a neat approach.
Anything would be better than the tired, default placement above the fireplace-- unless you enjoy a stiff neck with your movie watching. A flat panel TV as art though? Still a bit of a moral debate.

Rebecca@Harmony and Home said...

Hi Michelle,

I've noticed this trend in other magazines too. I love it. It adds a poetry to electronics, don't you think? Love your bio... I'm right there with you... I could talk design all day long, but my family rolls their eyes after awhile!

MEADE DESIGN GROUP said...

We need tareq from qerat to design his version. I am sure we will create something elegant and different.