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There's a TV mounted on a middle wall, and as you walk in to the room you can see the bracket clearly. Wanted to know what others have done to hide/conceal it. Can you get plastic moulds to cover them?
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Kinda the wrong Forum to ask about such on....but in the past I have Draped or Wrapped Black Velvet.....or painted the mount the same color as the wall.

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Kinda the wrong Forum to ask about such on....but in the past I have Draped or Wrapped Black Velvet.....or painted the mount the same color as the wall.

DIY & screen.. thought I hit the nail on the head :/

Now a days you get tvs everywhere, so there must be a more commercial solution with plastic molds. The brackets can fit it close to the wall but don't allow for angle ajustment.. which then causes the problem when they have.

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DIY & screen.. thought I hit the nail on the head :/

Screen, as in Projections screen.

But now it is here, a picture would help.. Not much other than camouflage or replace it with a lower profile mount that is of the proper size.
If it is an articulating mount like I have in the living room.. not much you can do until wireless levitation becomes science.. wink.gif

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Screen, as in Projections screen.

But now it is here, a picture would help.. Not much other than camouflage or replace it with a lower profile mount that is of the proper size.
If it is an articulating mount like I have in the living room.. not much you can do until wireless levitation becomes science.. wink.gif

Photos as asked. When the room is bright it stands out too much.

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