MonkshoodTransitional Family Room, Louisville
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1. Stylish Shiplap A large flat-screen TV takes up a fair amount of wall space, so finding ways to add interest to that wall other than changing up paint color can be tricky. The team at Leslie Cotter Interiors covered the wall behind the flat-screen in this Lexington, Kentucky, family room in shiplap, which adds texture and a classic touch.Find interior designers on Houzz
8. Customize Your Media CenterSince the advent of flat screens, hiding the TV doesn’t seem as necessary as it once did. That said, even if you don’t mind having your flat screen on display, you’re probably not wild about having to look at all the related cords and other electronics (Blu-ray player, video game system, router, etc.). Instead of trying to snake cords along the wall, hire a pro to get your entire media center set up in a way that hides what you want to hide, effortlessly. This farmhouse-style media center from Leslie Cotter Interiors is a great example of how to do just that: Electronics are concealed in built-in cabinets below the TV, and all cords are hidden behind the wall.