Underneath the television in the family room, a Midcentury Modern dresser serves as an entertainment center, providing stylish storage for DVDs and other necessary television equipment.
This art nook features a built-in television and custom lighting.
Designer Mary Bokovoy had to make her client's large television work in the small space. She had a custom console built for the television in a wood that blends with the new floor.
This beautiful Craftsman entertainment center features cabinet doors that open up to reveal the television.
This hallway leads to a dramatic blue den with a wall-mounted television.
The master bedroom has everything for a comfortable staycation, including a gas fireplace, television, his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms.
Drew and Jonathan Scott's backyard includes this shaded dining area with a mounted television.
A cabana turns this corner of the patio into an outdoor lounge, complete with television.
A fireplace warms the outdoor cabana space, while a television adds a great space to watch a movie or catch a game.
This media room features two white sofas as well as a large front-projection television screen.
The white walls and paneling set off the media room's wood shelving and television. Wooden coffee tables help pull the look together.
In this tricked-out master suite, the television, sound system and lighting can all be controlled from a beside remote or an iPad app.
Bookshelves surround the television in this crisp white living room, which also features a ceiling fan and small desk area in one corner.
This bedroom features a desert view, gas fireplace, and recessed television, perfect for a restful hideaway.
Molding, built-in shelving, wood paneling and artwork all make a crisp geometric display, helping to camouflage the television.
A large wooden cabinet supports a 58-inch television in this home theater room, which also includes a Blu-ray disc player and floor speakers.
A sleek New York apartment TV room features an extensive built in cabinet to hide away the television and other gear.
No space is complete without unique artwork, and this living room is no exception. Two modern pieces frame the family's television, adding personality to the family's living space.