For many years there have been hundreds home decor ideas, but it's not been long since we started using technology in our everyday lives – including our homes. Sometimes we create an interior, and then we just add technologies like televisions and music sets, wherever there is empty space.
The technology is excellent, it makes our lives easier, but when you come home from a busy day out, wouldn't you want to relax in a neat, quiet home? Are you sure the huge TV screen should be the center of your bedroom or living room?
So you can't give up your TV, but you can use drape-like fabrics that match your décor to cover that screen when you're not watching TV. You can also buy bracelets for your TV, or better yet, have them tailored to your own décor.
If you do not want to see a phone in your living room, buy a cordless phone and store it in one of the rooms you do not use frequently. You can also try buying a phone that matches your room's colors and style. Nostalgic stylish phones can add even more style to your room. Remember to use the phones back from the seventies or even older times.
Music sets can also be very large and can have many cables. You can use screens to cover them, or just make sure the colors of its parts match and match your room as well. Buy some of the simple gadgets that will help you put the cables in the right shape.
You probably have more than one remote control around, and 3 or 4 remote controls on the coffee table don't look good at all. Buy one of the many sofas in the sofa and put the remote controls in them.
Air conditioners are the hardest to hide. Well, if you only use the air conditioner only two months a year, you can mix it in the decoration with a box that matches your shelves. If you have the budget you can buy one of the stylish air conditioners – which look like works of art – most will not even realize what they are!