Pop up, slide out or drop down, there are hideaway options for every type of screen, space and budget.
Flipping Out
Rising to the Occasion
Slip Sliding Away
Get the Lowdown
Monster Under the Bed
Out of the Closet
Roll With it
Pop-up Video
Bonus: Hidden Behind Tapestries
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Flipping Out

You’ve probably seen those small LCD TVs that flip down from the underside of a kitchen cabinet. You can implement the same hinging action for a larger TV in a bedroom or family room. The difference is that the TV will rest on the ceiling, making it a good alternative if there’s not enough space within the ceiling for a TV that descends vertically.

Inca offers a couple of different hinged designs in its series of Flat Screen TV Fold-Down Ceiling Units. You can have the TV tuck up into a recessed pocket in the ceiling or have it simply lay flat along the surface. Either way, the set will blend in when it’s parked, as material that matches your existing ceiling can be mounted to the backside of the TV.

Price: Starts at $8,000

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