A flat screen wall mount TV is more pleasing if mounted on the wall. Besides offering better quality sound and picture, a LCD or plasma flat screen TV adds an aesthetic touch to any room. However, power cables and other connections disorderly hanging behind, ruining the image of perfection that provides a flat-screen TV. Install one of these televisions and hide cables inside the wall can be easy or very frustrating. It all depends on your level of experience and patience. Analyze your options. A simple option is to hide the cables behind furniture and a flat screen wall mount cabinet or behind the curtains. A more definitive choice is to hide the wires in the walls that are behind the bracket flat screen TV. This last option requires that you have an electrical outlet, especially if the walls are solid. An increasingly popular option is currently used to hide cables behind decorative moldings, which are very well and mix easily with the flat screen wall mount. It is not necessary to make as many holes and can do it quickly, in just about an hour. Decorative moldings or cable ducts, as they are, can be painted to match the wall color.