You can opt for a raymour and flanigan tv stands in home. Then you need a screen or wall where you project your image. This can be a bare wall or, for example, a white roller blind. Keep in mind that you get a picture of the structure of the background. The projector itself hangs in a bracket on the ceiling; when he is out, you hardly see him.
Advantage of a raymour is that he occupies little space and you can blow up the image, depending on the size of your room, or about 5 meters in diameter. For the best viewing result you need a large room to project from a distance. And the room must be sufficiently darkened to have a good view. Also keep in mind that you still need a TV decoder and that you have to install cables from the decoder to the projector.
Of course there are 1001 ready-to-use TV furniture for sale, from tight to rural, from budget to design, in which you can hide the TV. Customizing a TV cabinet yourself is often more practical, so you make optimum use of the available space. For example, build it from MDF and paint the cabinet in the same color as the wall; that’s how it becomes a whole. Are not you so handy? Professionals enough!