The master bedroom of this turn of the century home was dysfunctional, but the designers moved the French doors to the corner of the room to make the space function smoothly. In the back of the space, the porch was inclosed to make a private TV nook for the couple. The navy shelving matches the tufted navy headboard in the main part of the room, while the open shelves give the couple a place to store their books and small decorations.
Designers at Kelly & Co. Design describe this renovated barn as "such a special space" for guests to relax and enjoy live performances. The design team was able to wire the barn for live music performances by re-framing the entire space with acoustic sound panels. For TV viewing, a large TV was hidden in the ceiling and can be lowered by remote control.
This media room is a perfect place to snuggle in for a Netflix marathon. The large TV is recessed into a custom frame that matches the wall, seamlessly integrating technology into a beautifully designed space. Shades -- hidden under the overhang -- pull down over the large windows to darken the room.
The two graphic print armchairs in this comfortable family room are on a swivel base, making it easy for occupants to join in on conversations or the big game on the flatscreen tv. The large green ottoman has a hidden storage unit inside, perfect for blankets or board games.
Daybeds with curtains are great for extra seating as well as slumber parties. We’ve totally encased the beds in curtains,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 designer Linda Woodrum. “They become private little rooms, but you could also lie there and watch TV. This is like the slumber party mecca or super bowl party room.”