Black-and-white starburst tiles create a striking, graphic look to the outdoor fireplace. Above the chunky wood mantel, a flat-screen TV is concealed behind sliding rustic doors. A comfortable sofa with bright red cushions combines with an exposed wood coffee table and deep-seated armchairs.
The Arizona desert mountain retreat features a seamless transition between the indoors and out. The living room and kitchen open out to the pool. General contractor Emilio LoCascio of Gemini Development Corp. tucked a TV that can be lowered and concealed in the patio flooring when not in use.
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.
One of the quickest ways for a media room to take on a cluttered look is by using an ill-fitting, open storage TV stand. Since the family has a large DVD collection as well as gaming systems and controllers, concealed storage for this media room was a must. To create a tailor-made storage solution, a vintage wooden dresser was retrofitted as a game storage console and placed directly under the wall-mounted flat-panel TV.
A custom-crafted natural pine shelving unit in this contemporary living room accommodates two oil paintings by Josh Armijo. The canvases slide back and forth on a track to conceal the room’s flat-screen TV.
This spacious living room includes a cozy fireplace seating area and plush sectional facing the mounted flatscreen. A sloped ceiling makes the room cozy, while a skylight, un-curtained windows and recessed lighting keep it bright and welcoming. A cowhide piece functions as ottoman or table in front of brown leather armchairs. A wooden cabinet below the TV allows for entertainment storage to be concealed and organized.
Before, this small living space lacked color and charm. The addition of all-new furniture injects character and functionality, while a textured wall covering adds new life to the living room's walls, ceiling and fireplace. To hide TV cords, an alcove is made from lumber and planks of paint-grade pine. Keeping the wires concealed inside the alcove allows for a seamless and sophisticated look.
A rich-grained wood console holds court in this Southwestern-inspired living room. The console sits beneath a flat-panel TV, offering a perfect surface on which to display knickknacks as well as to conceal media inside.
Cherry wood was used for window seats that double as storage, bookshelves and operable paneling for concealment of a TV over the fireplace. Spatial relationships were emphasized with the aid of wood beams and columns to reinforce the geometry of the design.
This sleek, recessed media wall transforms your flat-screen TV into a stunning focal point and works well with any style decor. Our easy DIY will help you conceal the electronic components in your own media or living room.
The design of this small living room was focused on creative storage and a functional layout. Taking advantage of tall ceilings, a built-in bookshelf was created to maximize storage space and conceal wires to the TV. Bright white trim pops against the room's gray walls.
This quaint living room boasts all the comforts of a traditional home. With elements including exposed wood beams, vaulted ceilings, and shiplap walls my personal favorite detail is the stained wood trim around the windows. True to tiny home form, this space is also multifunctional. The TV wall conceals a full-size Murphy bed that can accommodate guest overflow.
Designers maximized the stylishness of this space by using green technology and the home's infrastructure to conceal some of the home's less attractive features. To bring the fireplace into the space, designers used an eco-smart, ethanol fireplace that requires no venting or special accommodations, giving the home the warmth and elegance of a fireplace without needing to vent it to the outside. Then, HVAC ducts were hidden behind the faux chimney and plasma TV.
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.