85,148 tv armoire Home Design Photos

Mackenzie Collier Interiors
11 Reviews
Breezy Modern Home
Ideabooks2,830
Questions4
Tile and slider doors over TV?
Lovely design. I would like to ask what tile that is you used? Also, if the TV is hidden behind doors when not in use? If so, is their a kit we can by to do that? Thank you.
I'm looking to copy this wall with the shelves, fireplace and tv. Could you please tell what height each are?
The entire tile wall feature was built out 18" from the existing wall. The wood paneling behind the tv and the tv bracket were mounted directly to the existing wall. The bottom is 17" deep or so, which makes it deep enough for components. I'll attach a photo
cpo122455, TVCoverUps is the solution you are looking for. Framed art(including your own) or mirror adds to the room's decor with the hidden TV and Entertainment Consoles beneath. See how EASY it is : http://youtu.be/05bwMqaAS5Y
“Wall” — baileyrick
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Master Suite
Ideabooks14,240
Questions6
great built in for storage and tv
tv on wall with shelving and dresser underneath it
Built in dresser with TV holder
A beautiful custom built dresser and shelves filling the wall opposite the bed also makes room to hang a TV screen. This is an approach that helps integrate a sleek TV into a traditional room.
“Test photo for grammie” — DeLee Ingram
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
Media Room
Ideabooks2,549
Questions6
Tv frame, how would you describe it to a wood craftsman?
How does the frame affix to the TV?
to do something similar in my basement. I am curious if you just bought a thin wall mount and put the frame in front of the TV, or if you actually affixed the tv to the frame. Thanks for any help you can provide! -Dhruv
art(including your own) or mirror adds to the room's decor with the hidden TV and Entertainment Consoles beneath. See how EASY it really is: http://youtu.be/05bwMqaAS5Y
Custom designed based on tv specs
lights by the tv and then the regular can lights
Lowered centerpiece allows TV to hang on wall
“flanking shelves” — Erica Glover Rennemeyer
Sense Of Style
7 Reviews
GREAT FAMILY ROOM
Ideabooks2,553
Questions5
Any one know how to get the media stand and wall (behind the tv)
framed tv w/ light behind another from
wall for tv wall for fireplace??
Never thought of putting TV and fireplace on adjacent walls. I like that the entire room isn't oriented toward the TV.
Ledge lit, shelves and tv mounted on
TV set up.Grey leather.Rug.
TV adjacent to fireplace
tables along tv trolley
TV not above fireplace
tv wall...tv stand wall...My TV...TV table....tv framing...Back lit tv...TV console...TV Wall....Lights behind tv...Love tv area...Tv mueble...Gr tv wall
“image” — Maksood Shaikh
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks5,567
Questions12
How high is the TV from the ground and from the top of the fireplace? Thank you!
What's behind the doors above the fireplace ? TV?
Another option is TVCoverUps. Framed art(including your own) or Mirror adds to the room's decor, with the hidden TV and Entertainment Consoles beneath. See how EASY it really is: http://youtu.be/05bwMqaAS5Y
doors covering the tv. Would love to punch out windows above cabinets for more light.
TV HIDDEN IN WALL ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT
TV cabnet I have same shelves and small windows by my fireplace
the barn wood doors to cover up TV
the tv doors over the fireplace. I also like the built ins.
cabinets next to tv in great room
“chairs” — Anita Lemmen
Michael Abrams Limited
20 Reviews
Orchard Family Room A
Ideabooks50,789
Questions39
Is the fireplace bio-ethanol? I'm looking to put my TV over the fireplace, but due to heat output, it ends up being very high - the bio-ethanol fireplaces seem to allow you to mount the TV much lower.
What is the shelf above the tv?
How is the shelf with the recessed lights constructed? do you have a section cut you could share? Also, any sections thru the TV wall. Thank you! this design is fantastic.
How to fit fireplace and tv and what colors should be my wall? Need he
First, Sorry for my english... I speack french. I have a small living room (3 walls, one with 2 windows, and on each side of it, 2 others). I want to fit a wall mpinted fireplace and my 30 inches tv. On the other wall, they will
“sofa style” — vinnysmom1
Ugljesa Kekovic
Residence house in Podgorica
Ideabooks164K
Questions87
Why is the TV area so large yet the TV, so small.
Seems like a waste of space. I love the rock work, but fill it up alittle more. If that area was designed for the TV, your eye focuses on the rock work instead of the TV due to it over powering in terms of space.
to the floor as above the Vase box or is it another small cabinet matching the TV console cabinet. Thanks for you help:-)
wall that the tv is on?
love it! instead of TV stand and TV with what else
Why is the tv so small yet theres such a large space to fill?
The tv is too small and makes the room look crappy... a 60-70inch tv would look much nicer
ahhh Michael....how could you like TV more then rocks?
It's a great room - even with TV....it gets used and enjoyed. Love your design Ugljesa. Wish you were in LA.
“Interiors” — sravyasreddy
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Parkwood Road Residence Master Bedroom
Ideabooks257K
Questions182
Where can I find the tall armoire in the dressing area
their own character, yet your flare is a subtle undertone in each. My husband and I are fans. I would love to know the manufacturer of cream colored armoire in the dressing area if you would be willing to share it. Thank you for the inspiration :)
with the tv at this angle, is it hard to see from bed?
the room looks narrow...do you have the measurements from the headboard wall to the TV wall?
The detailing of the built-in is BRILLIANT! The minor projection from the wall....the base....using the door casing profile to trim the TV. I'm very impressed.
I have a closet in my basement, so you are saying all the electronics for all the T'V's in my house can be a hole level away? Amazing. Love your designs...wish you could do my whole house. sigh........
“I like the seating area.” — Lucille Wolff
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