In case you need a reminder, the purpose in this living space is to RELAX! Of note: The letters in the word are made from maps, a unique take on the design element. A cheery lamp and throw blanket add touches of color to the room.
Modern art flanks the TV and rests atop a custom white oak console by Honea Woodworks in this casual family room. Throughout the space, wood accents balance cool white walls and concrete floors. The adjoining dining room features the homeowners’ collection of vintage '60s furniture.
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.
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.
The wallpaper behind the flatscreen gives textured dimension to the art displayed on the floating console. Here, the tv and clean lined cabinet are clearly secondary elements to the sculptures and wallpaper.
Though it's awash in browns with hunting lodge touches, this home office manages to maintain a modern vibe. Clean-lined draperies are hung on a thin, contemporary rod, and a narrow dresser serves as a modern TV console.
A low-slung TV console makes room for a gallery wall of faux animal heads in this contemporary living room. Rippling sheer curtains add more character to the striped walls, while a custom sectional provides ample seating amongst green ottomans.
The owner of this bedroom wanted a tv; black wallpaper helps camouflage it. The wallpaper seams turned out to look awkward, so to hide them, the designer cleverly added thin, black molding to give the walls a paneled look.
Colorful contemporary vases adorn this traditional cream media console, adding pizzazz to the classic piece. Sleek speakers and a flat-screen TV are mounted above the console, completing the functional space.
A screen made from framed 19th-century engravings conceals the TV when not in use. A root wood bowl sits on a walnut console table, and an upholstered ottoman holds a bowl of Moroccan amber beads and river stones from the Indus River for an organic, natural feel.