This light and bright home office features a stylish sitting area with teal velvet sofas, a long metal coffee table and patterned area rug. A floating wooden TV stand is positioned under the flat screen television, while a desk area is located next to the window.
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 rustic, traditional family room makes use of the Tudor-style pitched roof with a vaulted ceiling and wood beams. A custom oak built-in houses the flat-screen TV, entertainment components and fireplace. The large gray sectional is comfortable and the perfect spot to relax.
A comfortable seating area with a leather sofa and chairs centers around the stacked stone focal wall, which houses a fireplace and flat-screen TV. The large living area is grounded by oversized neutral tiles, while exposed ceiling beams bring a rustic touch to the home.
Contemporary in style, this family-friendly great room houses multiple seating areas and a dining room. the stacked stone accent wall features a ipe wood inset with the flat-screen TV and vertical fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow views of the courtyard and beautiful scenery.
A wall of pickled pecky cypress houses three flat-screen televisions in this coastal living room. Motorized TV covers slide over the televisions when not in use. Geometric-patterned armchairs and a neutral sofa create a cozy sitting area, which is well-lit by multiple surrounding windows.
Gorgeous bamboo flooring in this modern living room goes wall to wall then takes a turn north and becomes paneling behind the large flat screen TV. The contrast between walls in this room is stark but feels natural. Low-profile furniture makes it simple to sink in and relax.
This guest bedroom features a sleek gray and white color palette. A patterned folding screen behind the bed's headboard breaks up the flat panels of the walls and softens the crisp lines of the furniture.
As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Martha and Alex installed new seating and a classic white dresser that holds a flat-screen television in the second floor master bedroom at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo.
This two-story great room includes two seating areas -- one oriented toward the flat-screen TV, the other positioned to enjoy the warmth of the fireplace -- and are delineated by matching chandeliers. Telescoping glass doors slide completely open to fully connect the room to the pool deck for easy indoor-outdoor living.
A contemporary soaker bathtub is a relaxing spot with views of a flat-screen TV and the outdoors. Behind the tub, a door opens up like garage door and allows the bath to feel like it's outside. It was the first of its kind to be installed in the United States from Italy.
A custom mirrored focal wall houses a built-in ultra-thin flat-screen television in this contemporary bedroom. The mirrored wall plays up the soft neutral color palette in the room, making the space feel fresh and airy.
A wall of reclaimed wood is sprinkled with modern elements like a sleek, flush-mounted fireplace and flat-screen TV. A wet bar creates the ultimate entertaining space. The Utah home is filled with rustic and eclectic details that both fit with the surroundings and bring out the homeowners' fun personalities.
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.
A sleek fireplace surround houses a flat-screen TV and serves as the focal point for this living room. A neutral sectional and two matching chairs frame the space, and a low coffee table and end tables accent the room's streamlined design. Large picture windows highlight the high ceiling and provide natural light throughout.
Designer Claire Paquin didn't scrimp on seating in this family-friendly living room. A pair of turquoise armchairs pair with a chocolate brown sofa to add a rich layer of color to the neutral palette. A sleek console table keeps a low profile below the mounted flat-screen TV and provides precious storage space.
The homeowners love to entertain, so a large sectional that can seat up to seven people comfortably is centered on the flat-screen TV and traditional fireplace. The barstools in the kitchen swivel so they can be used as extra seating for the living room. White wood throughout the space creates a light and airy feeling.
A long island houses a butcher block countertop, handy storage for cookbooks and barstools for eating or chatting with the cook. The stainless steel range hood, which runs the length of the island, provides integrated task lighting. A built-in bar area has open shelving for glassware, wine refrigerator, backlit wine racks and a flat-screen TV.