To give this Midcentury Modern living room personality and depth, designers added funky pattern, unique accents and cool textures to the space. A leopard print chair and blue patterned couch soften the space, making it feel intimate, while the modern furnishings, such as the end table and lamp, continue the modern design. Along the back wall, stone has been carried halfway up the wall. This stone conceals the television and also serves as a display for some of the modern art in the space, while the large giraffe statue draws the eye to this part of the space.
This apartment renovation included the installation of two black sliding steel doors that conceal the television and entrainment center. A gray sectional sofa and multicolored Oriental rug complete the look of the living room.
A warm yellow covers the walls of this French country master bedroom, while natural light spills in through beautiful French doors, making the space feel bright. The curtains' large floral pattern matches the bedspread, while built-in shelves provide storage and one set conceals a television.
Across the room from the sectional in this open concept living room is an ornamental chest that conceals a television, providing the perfect entertaining space in this living room as well as a touch of style. The picture that hangs over the chest is one created by a local artist-one of the many displayed at the open house of this restored duplex.
In the living room of this sorority house, designers created a functional, yet stylish space. With plenty of neutral seating, the space is warm and inviting. On one side of the room, a dark armoire conceals a television, giving the girls a place to store movies and games. On either side of the armoire, two seating areas give the space additional seating for work or play.
This multi-purpose living area contains plenty of seating for the girls in the house. On one side of the room, an armoire conceals a television, and on the other side a piano rests between two windows that allow in plenty of natural light. This design makes this living room the perfect place to practice a sonata, have a movie night or just relax with friends.
To create a restful, yet still traditional space, designers added soft textures and hues, combining a natural, woven rug with a skirted sofa to create a traditional, timeless space. To create a design that is both elegant and perfect for entertaining, watching TV and enjoying the views to the outside, the sofas were carefully arranged directly in front of the custom, built-in cabinet with traditional millwork that provides beautiful display shelves while concealing the television, adding function and elegance.
The main feature in this soft blue bedroom is a custom television lift cabinet at the foot of the bed, allowing the TV to lift and swivel in order to be viewed from various angles. When the television is not in use, it can be lowered and concealed within the console.
A plush neutral sofa and timeless armchairs face a contemporary natural wood coffee table with nailhead trim. A white buffet beneath the mounted television provides concealed storage. Bright green throw pillows and coffee table vases give a fresh pop of color to the elegant design.
A large window, indented slightly from the living room walls, lets in a rush of natural light controlled by the accordion blinds. A big screen television is mounted above an Asian style cabinet creating an entertainment center area with concealed storage. A multicolor rug beneath a pair of neutral, contemporary chairs livens up the space.
Two large palm trees flank the buffet that conceals a flat screen television docked to the decking below with a small hidden storage lift. Without the television, you can truly kick back and relax in this outdoor living space complete with large format black and white artwork that adds a finished touch.
This custom-designed task center in a traditional kitchen has built-in pocket doors and can conceal the microwave and television. Brown granite countertops and oil rubbed bronze flush ring pull hardware bring an updated look to the cabinets.
This master bedroom was once dark and traditional, but now, it is light and modern. To brighten the space, designers added sheer curtains that allow light into the room instead of blocking it. Heavier curtains were hung on a rod just outside the sheer, though, to block light and add privacy when desired. The modern headboard is the statement piece in the room, with the nightstands built into it, and the footboard doubles as a cabinet to house the television and conceal it when not in use.