Whether you’re hosting a night of super bowl fun or catching up on your favorite shows, this wall-mounted TV is a sight to behold. “We have a really awesome 80” ultra-high definition television up in the loft, and it’s quite spectacular,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 house planner Jack Thomasson.
An asymmetrical gallery wall loaded with inspirational sayings, family initials, graphic sketches and giraffes brings lightness and fun to this eclectic playroom. Retro locker-inspired cabinets almost disappear against the white wall, keeping the space from feeling too busy.
Neutral walls work with the small basement windows to keep this space feeling bright. The open floor plan connecting the living room and doing room leaves the room feeling even more spacious. A brown leather sofa and matching armchair provide cozy seating facing a mounted TV and traditional wood entertainment cabinet.
A boring fireplace and recessed niche is transformed into a polished focal wall featuring a gleaming wood panel displaying a large wall-mount television. Wires are cleanly tucked behind for a sleek look. The fireplace received a tile surround.
This Houston estate in Hunters Creek Village, invites guests to relax in a calming, neutral living space providing natural views of the nearby outdoor patio, beautiful arched, high ceilings, or the wall-mounted flatscreen TV.
Recessed lighting ensures that the gym space is well lit. A large mirror with thick gold frame reflects the light and gives the illusion of additional space. Beige walls and a red-brown stone floor make a simple finish for a no-nonsense workout area.
In this home, a wall-mounted flatscreen TV combines the media center and fireplace into one location. But style is valued just as much as efficiency here, with the light brown wood frame of the TV compellingly contrasting with the dark wood of the fireplace surround.