How to Make a Frame for Your TV
Finding a bedroom-worthy entertainment center isn't easy. A simpler, more attractive solution is to frame your TV and make it part of a pretty gallery wall.
Turn a TV into a piece of art by surrounding it with a chunky painted frame. For a matted look, build the frame slightly larger than the screen so the black background shows. Cut a hole in the back of the frame to thread cords through, and then hide them in a cord channel down to the outlet. To hide a streaming device behind the TV, use a low-profile mounting kit that leaves room for the box behind it.
Pro Tip: An inexpensive way to find coordinating artwork is to purchase several downloadable prints from the same designer or artist on Etsy. Anchor the artwork with a dresser so you're not sacrificing storage space for clothing and linens.