With all the windows, the curved exterior wall was the only spot to mount the TV. In order to blend it with the rest of the room redesign, Patrice extended the draperies to soften the area and obscure the mounting equipment and “ground” the TV.
This guest bedroom gets a new gig as a television room that hits all the right notes with its color sky blue color scheme. Designer Casey Noble constructs a built-in bookcase and entertainment center to maximize the floor space in the room. Soft white draperies diffuse the natural light spilling over the seating area.The new built-in cabinetry, which includes a long shelf and seven drawers, is great for storing media and fits neatly into the interior wall of the room.
In this master bedroom, the TV is gracefully integrated into a sleek bank of cabinets. It's a lovely way to make room for catching up on shows without taking away from the room's clean, modern aesthetic.
Demilune tables that flank the entrance to this master bathroom provide additional storage space. Mirrored cabinets conceal jewelry, perfume and a flat-panel TV. This ensures the TV isn't the first point of interest upon entering the room.
Designer Claire Paquin crafted this pristine master suite, incorporating the unique wood detailing of the space as an interesting backdrop for her design. She kept the main elements of the room neutral but added pops of color and patterns that modernize the look. A flat-screen TV was inset in a paneled wall for easy and unobtrusive viewing.
A framed TV that looks like a mirror when off sits above the bedroom's see-through fireplace. "I think more and more people are trying to make their bedroom a respite, and you want the TV there when you want it but you don't want it when you don't want it," says tech expert Carley Knobloch. "This is a really nice solution where it kind of disappears."
This master bedroom features a unit of custom built-ins with an integrated TV and desk. Polished nickel hardware gives the unit a sleek finish. A custom desk chair features cotton and silk velvet upholstery.
This transitional bedroom features a sitting area with a flat-panel TV for viewing and a lucite floor lamp for reading. A beige zebra print armchair and rich cherry dresser add visual interest to the space.
A small, colorful third bedroom was created during the renovation of this midcentury modern home. A majority of the time it functions as a TV room. A sleeper sofa transforms it into a guest room, and a built-in shelving unit adds storage to the space.
The low-profile TV that mounts flat to the wall across from the end of the bed includes a special art mode that offers the chance to turn the bedroom into an art gallery. A stylish modern red two-drawer console table with open and closed storage sits under the advanced TV.
Homeowners can take a break from the California views to enjoy a movie on the wall-mounted flat-screen TV in the HGTV Dream Home 2014 master bedroom. Nearby, a double-sided fireplace and steel chimney warms up the cozy seating area.