This room was formerly a tiled cold space with angled walls, no storage and cables lying around everywhere. Our brief was to integrate an extremely large television and audio visual equipment, and to include a fireplace and interesting storage for objects d'art. There were significant challenges with the space, however the end result is a warm, inviting and seamless space where none of the telltale signs of modern AV technology are on display except for the TV itself (which is flush-mounted and backlit by warm LED strip lighting), and the sub-woofer concealed in its own housing but still open to allow for airflow. We incorporated four separate deep niches and wrapped each in textured vinyl, meticulously applied to ensure the horizontal lines flowed continuously, and lit them with a warm glow from concealed LED strip lighting. The incredible open fronted fireplace was selected to match the width of the TV exactly, and has is deceptively deep. We finished this with a solid granite hearth. Clever cupboards with push to open hardware conceal all of the rest of the technology and equipment. The room is furnished with two 4 seat soft leather chesterfield style lounges and fruitwood coffee and side tables. A large window streams winter sunlight in making the entire room glow.
23. RV- lights inside niches, possibly framed with molding on all four sides - raynavogelinteriordesign