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You Can Hide All Your Practical Home Items (Like Your TV) in Good Design

Dallas interior designers explain how form and function coexist when awkward or unsightly items find a pretty home all their own.
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You Can Hide All Your Practical Home Items (Like Your TV) in Good Design

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We all love good design, but we must accept some no-so-pretty items in our homes: Television cords, your kid’s video gaming console, a dog bed in the middle of the living room, the cat tree you got in the hopes your kitties would stop clawing up your newly upholstered armchairs. These unsightly necessities are just a fact of life.

Or are they?

We chatted with several of our top designers about their favorite tricks to hide all the important tech we just have to have in 2023 as well as how to work our pets’ needs into good design.

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