This TV located cannot be watched from the kitchen work area, the barstools or what looks to be the seating area - so yes, it's out of the way - but who can see it?? Also - the height is too low.
In the not-too-distant past, designers hid televisions in bulky linen presses and corner cupboards, chopping up otherwise pristine antiques to accommodate cords and components. Today, trends in how TVs fit into interior design are changing—and fast. We now integrate them in a broad spectrum of ways: Whether fit futuristically into the front of a cabinet door, placed discreetly on a shelf, or prominently mounted on the wall as a modern-day trophy, screens have migrated into our living spaces, especially in rooms like the kitchen where technology and aesthetics go hand in hand.