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.
The cool color palate of this rooftop terrace sitting area complements the warm wood of the privacy screen and container hedge. The modern fire pit matches the clean lines of the seating area, creating an attractive focal point.
To give your room a cozy feel for free, rethink how you arrange the furniture. For example, is there a spare chair in another room that you can pull beside the fireplace? For this room, Mosaic Group [Architects and Remodelers] positioned the furniture to address the fireplace, creating a salon effect where several people could settle in for conversation.
Wall-mounted, flat panel TVs can be an essential addition in small spaces, but they can also have a negative impact on a well-decorated room. To put a decorative spin on flat panel TVs, choose those with Bluetooth technology, allowing images from other devices to be displayed as art.
Homeowners can take a break from the California views to enjoy a movie on the wall-mounted flat-screen TV in the HGTV Dream Home 2014 master bedroom. Nearby, a double-sided fireplace and steel chimney warms up the cozy seating area.