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There is an ongoing debate about having a TV in a bedroom. Steph just recently decided she DID want one in her room 'cause who doesn't want to watch a movie all cozy in a nice warm bed?
Although she wanted one in the room she didn't want to "see" it all the time. She came up with a clever wall-hung unit that hides the TV when not in use.
The new TV cabinet is a nice addition to the space. It's great that it doesn't take up any floor space and is not in Tosh's the greyhounds way as she goes in and out of the room.
One of the problems with a TV in a bedroom is that nighttime viewing on it or any screen can interfere with sleep. We both have found wearing blue light glasses solves the problem of potential sleep issues due to late evening viewing.
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We are not professionals, and we don't claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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