Use HGTV Star Nate Berkus’ Genius Idea To Conceal A TV In A Small Living Space

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Nate Berkus explained in an Instagram video how one of his favorite projects ever was hiding his TV in his West Village New York City apartment. This was the first apartment that he owned. He only had one small main room, a galley kitchen, one bathroom, and a bedroom with a niche. The interior designer didn’t have a lot of room, so he came up with a unique solution — conceal the TV in the living room closet.

In the reel, Berkus outlined why he loved this solution. He said that he got to decide what he wanted his space to look like: he’s all about decorating in a “deeply personal” way. The TV host shared that when he looked around his apartment, he wanted his things to represent great memories for him. Berkus prefers to display items that make him smile and think about loved ones. With the TV out of the way, he could fill his apartment with things that had special meaning for him — like the brass cabinet handles he purchased in Greece.

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