Family Room Design Photos with a Concealed TV
A lively, patterned chair gives these cabinets some snap! Keeping shelves well-balanced and not too crowded makes for a great look. Graphic-patterned fabric make the statement in this Atlanta home.
Chair by C.R. Laine. Coffee table by Bernhardt.
Escalier et meuble TV bibliothèqe dans un salon de loft parisien. Rangements fermés, bibliothèque ouverte, un espace TV fermé par deux portes et un coin secrétaire.
Structure bibliothèque en Valchromat noir vernis, Niche en Plaquage chêne vernis, Marches de l'escalier en chêne massif vernis.
Photographe: Claire Illi
The lower level of this modern farmhouse features a large game room that connects out to the screen porch, pool terrace and fire pit beyond. One end of the space is a large lounge area for watching TV and the other end has a built-in wet bar and accordion windows that open up to the screen porch. The TV is concealed by barn doors with salvaged barn wood on a shiplap wall.
Photography by Todd Crawford
Clever tv hide - matt_webbag
A sliding panel exposes the TV. Floor-to-ceiling windows connect the entire living space with the backyard while letting in natural light.
Photography: Brian Mahany
Built in storage, shelves, tv and computer hide away! - webuser_264348604
he open plan of the great room, dining and kitchen, leads to a completely covered outdoor living area for year-round entertaining in the Pacific Northwest. By combining tried and true farmhouse style with sophisticated, creamy colors and textures inspired by the home's surroundings, the result is a welcoming, cohesive and intriguing living experience.
Nice living area, slightly industrial feel, which I like. like the flow to outdoor area. Not that keen on these top windows tho. - jackiecrawshaw
Our client wanted a more open environment, so we expanded the kitchen and added a pantry along with this family room addition. We used calm, cool colors in this sophisticated space with rustic embellishments. Drapery , fabric by Kravet, upholstered furnishings by Lee Industries, cocktail table by Century, mirror by Restoration Hardware, chandeliers by Currey & Co. Photo by Allen Russ
This tiny home is located on a treelined street in the Kitsilano neighborhood of Vancouver. We helped our client create a living and dining space with a beach vibe in this small front room that comfortably accommodates their growing family of four. The starting point for the decor was the client's treasured antique chaise (positioned under the large window) and the scheme grew from there. We employed a few important space saving techniques in this room... One is building seating into a corner that doubles as storage, the other is tucking a footstool, which can double as an extra seat, under the custom wood coffee table. The TV is carefully concealed in the custom millwork above the fireplace. Finally, we personalized this space by designing a family gallery wall that combines family photos and shadow boxes of treasured keepsakes. Interior Decorating by Lori Steeves of Simply Home Decorating. Photos by Tracey Ayton Photography
Window seat and high ceilings - jessica_painter5050
Family room in completely remodeled old world rustic timber framed home.
New open beams are new, with a pine planked ceiling, oak wide plank wood flooring, plaster fireplace, Malibu tiles, wrought iron lighting. Custom made western style chair. Walls with thick plaster arches, simple and intricate tile designs, barrel vaulted ceilings and creative wrought iron designs feel very natural and earthy in the warm Southern California sun. Hand made arched iron doors at the end of long gallery halls with exceptional custom Malibu tile, marble mosaics and limestone flooring throughout these sprawling homes feel right at home here from Malibu to Montecito and Santa Ynez. Loggia, bar b q, and pool houses designed to keep the cool in, heat out, with an abundance of views through arched windows and terra cotta tile. Kitchen design includes all natural stone counters of marble and granite, large range with carved stone, copper or plaster range hood and custom tile or mosaic back splash. Staircase designs include handpainted Malibu Tile and mosaic risers with wrought iron railings. Master Bath includes tiled arches, wainscot and limestone floors. Bedrooms tucked into deep arches filled with blues and gold walls, rich colors. Wood burning fireplaces with iron doors, great rooms filled with hand knotted rugs and custom upholstery in this rich and luxe homes. Stained wood beams and trusses, planked ceilings, and groin vaults combined give a gentle coolness throughout. Moorish, Spanish and Moroccan accents throughout most of these fine homes gives a distinctive California Exotic feel.
Project Location: various areas throughout Southern California. Projects designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their beautiful resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu, Westlake and Calabasas, across the tri-county areas of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, south to Hidden Hills- north through Solvang and more.
Timothy J. Droney, contractor
A stunning mountain retreat, this custom legacy home was designed by MossCreek to feature antique, reclaimed, and historic materials while also providing the family a lodge and gathering place for years to come. Natural stone, antique timbers, bark siding, rusty metal roofing, twig stair rails, antique hardwood floors, and custom metal work are all design elements that work together to create an elegant, yet rustic mountain luxury home.