8,293 Television Home Design Photos

Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Day Residence Interiors
Ideabooks6,413
Questions9
Focal point. Identify the room’s focal point — a fireplace, view, television etc.— and orient the furniture accordingly. If you plan to watch television in the room, the ideal distance between the set and the seating is three times the size of the screen (measured
Focal point. Identify the room’s focal point — a fireplace, view, television etc.— and orient the furniture accordingly. If you plan to watch television in the room, the ideal distance between the set and the seating is three times the size of the screen (measured
“fireplace decor” — shawnatibbitts
Terrat Elms Interior Design
7 Reviews
This Old House - Cambridge
Ideabooks4,888
Questions8
choices, down to the television set. ‘The TV, seen on the left, is from Bang & Olufsen, and the white panel you see on it is actually a speaker,’ she says. ‘To us that makes it fade away more than a standard television.’The armchairs swivel, allowing the occupant to view the television or the garden behind
clean-lined approach with all the choices, down to the television set. “The TV, seen on the left, is from Bang & Olufsen, and the white panel you see on it is actually a speaker,” she says. “To us that makes it fade away more than a standard television.”The armchairs swivel, allowing the residents to take
take in the set or the yard behind them (not pictured is a large floor-to-ceiling window).Television: Bang & Olufsen; armchairs: Crate & Barrel
“Wood storage. Height of stack to the fire relationship” — fernpark
Folio Design LLP
Living Room
Ideabooks2,734
Questions8
Televisions. Formal living rooms are frequently saved for entertaining guests; however, some people have only one living room and will want to place a television in it. Since televisions now come in a wide variety of sizes, arranging furniture
TV planning: Televisions. Formal living rooms are frequently saved for entertaining guests; however, some people have only one living room and will want to place a television in it. Since televisions now come in a wide variety of sizes, arranging furniture
Since televisions now come in a wide variety of sizes, arranging furniture for them depends on which TV is chosen and how it’s used. Considering that the average screen
Televisions. Formal living rooms are frequently saved for entertaining guests; however, some people have only one living room and will want to place a television in it. Since televisions now come in a wide variety of sizes, arranging furniture for them depends on which TV is chosen and how it’s used
“contersunk tv and wall exstension with area for door” — CVS Properties
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Seura
Technology meets Tradition
Ideabooks848
Questions2
Visit .... Seura manufactures television mirror solutions which embody both impeccable television quality and mirror reflectivity.
which embody both impeccable television quality and mirror reflectivity.” “Visit .... Seura manufactures television mirror solutions which embody both impeccable television quality and mirror reflectivity.”
“Visit .... Seura manufactures television mirror solutions which
Visit .... Seura manufactures television mirror solutions which embody both impeccable television quality and mirror reflectivity.
“wall stencils, panels, and cabinet combo” — bvastine
Jae Chang
Soho Loft
Ideabooks19,813
Questions12
Art form. This living room artistically combines the television and fireplace on one wall. The television is offset by the hearth for balance, while the streamlined fireplace almost disappears under the recessed cavity when it's not
dealing with the fireplace and television on the same wall
3. Art form. This living room artistically combines the television and fireplace on one wall. The television is offset by the hearth for balance, while the streamlined fireplace almost disappears under the recessed cavity when it's not on.Design tip: A surround like this can easily be customized into
A wide hearth can be beneficial to homeowners who pair the television and fireplace on the same wall. Jae Chang Design created the fireplace shown here, which is nearly 48 inches wide and 16 inches tall. By placing the television to the side of the flames, which is possible with a long hearth,
“recessed lighting” — bgwallace
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
22 Reviews
Library
Ideabooks18,524
Questions9
Cushy, cozy, contemporary - this room is part library, part salon, part television room and it's a great combination!
Nicely done! The black cabinetry disguises the television and looks chic.
Add a fireplace, bookcases and a television and this becomes a family room, library and living room in one.
In the business of writing about architecture and design, you quickly learn that televisions are like guilty pleasures — almost everybody has one, but some go to great lengths to make sure no one else finds out about it. I believe I’ve seen
“this ottoman but in red or black or aqua” — Candice Czudowski
Bernbaum-Magadini Architects
4 Reviews
The See-Through House
Ideabooks1,309
Questions2
replicates the original home’s crisp interior lines and use of glass to capture views. The low-profile cabinetry wall includes space for storage and the television. Recessed window shades control light and provide privacy.
replicates the original home’s crisp interior lines and use of glass to capture views. The low-profile cabinetry wall includes space for storage and the television. Recessed window shades control light and provide privacy. Cabinetry: All-Woods Custom Cabinets; shades: Lutron
replicates the original home’s crisp interior lines and use of glass to capture views. The low-profile cabinetry wall includes space for storage and the television. Recessed window shades control light and provide privacy. Cabinetry: All-Woods Custom Cabinets; shades: Lutron
“Windows” — beezeuno
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Sf Media Room
Ideabooks15,101
Questions11
into our basement a fireplace that was removed during renovation a few years ago. I am wondering since it is now mid year in 2014 how well this television in your image has fared being above this fireplace? I notice that there is a rather shallow ledge to help defer the heat. Has this worked? I am partial
Don’t go wild with the television. Keep the television size under control. “Too large, and it can throw off the scale of everything in the room,” says O’Donovan. “I wouldn’t go much larger than
casual family room. The attic may be the answer. Bring up comfortable furnishings and a television for movies, and say hello to lots of relaxing weekend afternoons.
Don’t go wild with the television. Keep the television size under control. “Too large, and it can throw off the scale of everything in the
“Fireplace?” — vanpoppa
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