Baker Family RoomContemporary Family Room, San Francisco

Inspiration for a contemporary family room remodel in San Francisco with a standard fireplace and a wall-mounted tv —  Houzz
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pavelsu wrote:June 15, 2012
Anita Lewis Design Concepts wrote:August 10, 2011
  • Marra Gunnells
    love the drawer pulls, do you know where these can be purchased?
  • motherbear
    Search for "finger" or "edge" pulls on hardware sites.
Lynn Kostow wrote:April 21, 2013
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    Steven Miller Design Studio, Inc.
    The cabinet is full depth with a fixed panel that creates the recess. Cords tuck neatly behind.
  • Shar Betten
    where did you get the art above the fireplace?
Shar Betten wrote:October 9, 2016
jens88 wrote:June 12, 2012
rpsandiego wrote:November 19, 2011
dsheerr wrote:December 1, 2012
    dsheerr wrote:December 1, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Toronto Interior Design Group added this to How to Hide the TV, No Cabinet RequiredAugust 31, 2016

      This works especially well if some of the pieces are as large or even larger than the TV. The unusual square piece in the upper left draws attention away from the TV, and the other little pieces keep the eye moving around.

      Matt Clawson added this to How High Should You Mount Your TV?April 16, 2015

      Trade-OffsIf there is only one television to consider, then determining the right height can be a question of style over function. For some people, the television is just not that important. For others, the look of the design, and perhaps space constraints, dictate the TV location more than viewing-height parameters.For many of us, the choice entails trade-offs. We need to consider how to orient our rooms in relation to the primary purpose of the space, considering factors such as style, comfort and traffic circulation.

      Shane D. Inman added this to 7 Ways to Rock a TV and Fireplace ComboDecember 19, 2012

      7. Three’s company. Some may have difficulty combining two main design elements, but this homeowner managed to do three. This asymmetrical layout mixes the size of all three pieces (television, fireplace and artwork) comfortably into one design by maximizing the height and balancing the width of the wall.Design tip: When adding artwork above the fireplace, do your research before purchasing to make sure it can withstand the heat output.

      Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Styling With Great Little Stools and HassocksJuly 7, 2011

      This fun little stool works well with the interesting shape of the white piece of art above and is put into use as a pedestal. The angled composition of its boards adds whimsy to the room.

      Debbie Snider added this to Add Style and Function to Your Home with Fireplace Built-InsApril 17, 2011

      There are niches for art work and tv as well as plenty of built-in storage.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      yolabug added this to Northridge Family RoomFebruary 6, 2020

      could make cabinets out of kitchen material and inset TV with window above

      Brooke Vance added this to Tv RoomNovember 1, 2019

      Fireplace and tv setting with cabinet storage

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