Family Room Design Photos with a Concealed TV

Photos by Michael Conroy, Silverstone Photography
lower windows - lynley_rasmussen


Simon Devitt
Great use of materials - webuser_894668155

The Entire Main Level, Stairwell and Upper Level Hall are wrapped in Shiplap, Painted in Benjamin Moore White Dove. The Flooring, Beams, Mantel and Fireplace TV Doors are all reclaimed barnwood. The inset floor in the dining room is brick veneer. The Fireplace is brick on all sides. The lighting is by Visual Comfort. Bar Cabinetry is painted in Benjamin Moore Van Duesen Blue with knobs from Anthropologie. Photo by Spacecrafting

Landmark Photography

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.

Stephen Young Designs LLC House design by KDH Residential Design, Charlotte NC Interior design by Terry Manchester

Reclaimed metal panels create a textural focal point for the TV wall and a clever solution for hiding the TV.

Trusted home professionals turn ideas into reality

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

Jimmy White

Large but cozy famly room with vauted ceiling and timber beams


In the living room layout, a special nook was created for decorating around the upright piano