A chic grouping of deep metal-framed chairs, a comfortable sectional and a black zig-zag chair surround a cool focal wall with wall-mounted flatscreen TV and sleek black fireplace. To the side of the fireplace is a spot for storing firewood, while all the media equipment is hidden in drawers below the TV.
This family room was designed for maximum comfort and entertainment. A large built-in entertainment center houses the tv and includes open and hidden storage. When it's time to play, the walls disappear for instant backyard access.
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.
The master bedroom features a see-through fireplace with a view into the master bath. A TV screen is hidden in the master bath mirror. The shower features a full-height glass window that overlooks the San Francisco Bay.
A vaulted ceiling, beautiful chandelier and various furnishings and accents bring this transitional guesthouse bedroom together. A TV cabinet with an automated lift keeps the television hidden while not in use and the many windows let in plenty of light.
Designer Gail Fedela created this slim, custom console to fit the entryway of this compact family home. Open shelves hold books, decorative accessories and family photos. A wall-mounted TV frees up additional shelf space and gives the area a streamlined look.
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.
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.