No, it’s not enough anymore to just plant your television set in its planned for space and hope it makes everything look better on its own! Don’t just settle for plain or bare, have a look at these ideas for your own home.
In a clever use of black, the TV isn’t immediately visible but when you find it, it will bring a smile to your face! A mural is spread across all walls in a striking, modern abstract art style, outlined stylishly with black on the room coving with a matching curtain beam. Although the furniture was chosen to suit the color scheme, it is the art behind the TV that draws in your attention.
Simple, understated, but bold in its own way, this concept is more muted and elegant, letting the power of its counterparts shine so it can shine. Positioned against a backdrop of creamy white walls that contrasts perfectly with the dark, richly colored living room shelf and a “windows indoors” concept previewing the study around the corner is perfect for the introvert or anyone who like something tamer.
Talk about the perfect at-home study, library, or workroom with media integration. Simple, but executed very, very coolly are the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves that (they even come with a ladder) double as the spot for the TV as space is made specially to house the television, Completed by elegant but muted lighting fixtures planted uniformly, the TV set here lined up together with rows and rows of books complements the bespoke shelves as they do the TV.
Pictures taken from Interior decorating ideas pro