It's relatively straightforward to bring the Gallerie trend into your home. Smart, well-placed pops of color, as in these swings, artwork, rug and pillows allow a subtle color palette to act as a great backdrop for color.
The family’s TV room is a more casual version of the living room, borrowing elements like the painterly patterned rug and the fabric-wrapped lighting (a favorite from Soho). The designers utilized the family’s existing sectional sofa and stunning wall art, but added in new elements to bring the whole room together.
This guest bedroom gets a new gig as a television room that hits all the right notes with its color sky blue color scheme. Designer Casey Noble constructs a built-in bookcase and entertainment center to maximize the floor space in the room. Soft white draperies diffuse the natural light spilling over the seating area.The new built-in cabinetry, which includes a long shelf and seven drawers, is great for storing media and fits neatly into the interior wall of the room.
A small, colorful third bedroom was created during the renovation of this midcentury modern home. A majority of the time it functions as a TV room. A sleeper sofa transforms it into a guest room, and a built-in shelving unit adds storage to the space.
Between the living and TV rooms sits the home’s very own bar, a custom carpentry creation topped with Caesarstone countertops. Barstools from Restoration Hardware provide comfortable seating for enjoying a beverage while watching a movie or ballgame.
Here's a question not a lot of us get to answer: Curl up and watch tv indoors or out? A huge porch extends off the back of this home and includes this luxe lounge with a tv, fireplace and lots of cushy seating!
This living room's built-in entertainment center offers up both open and hidden storage options. The television's position in the center of the unit helps it recede into the background when not in use.