Living Room Design Photos with a Concealed TV
Stacked stone fireplace surround, wood fire, plywood raked ceiling, marble hearth, mid century Modern furniture, leather lounge suite, high ceiling
In the case of the Ivy Lane residence, the al fresco lifestyle defines the design, with a sun-drenched private courtyard and swimming pool demanding regular outdoor entertainment. By turning its back to the street and welcoming northern views, this courtyard-centred home invites guests to experience an exciting new version of its physical location. A social lifestyle is also reflected through the interior living spaces, led by the sunken lounge, complete with polished concrete finishes and custom-designed seating. The kitchen, additional living areas and bedroom wings then open onto the central courtyard space, completing a sanctuary of sheltered, social living.
A custom entertainment unit was designed to be a focal point in the Living Room. A centrally placed gas fireplace visually anchors the room, with an generous offering of storage cupboards & shelves above. The large-panel cupboard doors slide across the open shelving to reveal a hidden TV alcove. Photo by Dave Kulesza.
The Lake Forest Park Renovation is a top-to-bottom renovation of a 50's Northwest Contemporary house located 25 miles north of Seattle. Photo: Benjamin Benschneider
Paul N. Brow, Architect, LLC
Living room with painted paneled wall with concealed storage & television. Fireplace with black firebrick & custom hand-carved limestone mantel. Custom distressed arched, heavy timber trusses and tongue & groove ceiling. Walls are plaster. View to the kitchen beyond through the breakfast bar at the kitchen pass-through.
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DiGiacomo Homes & Renovation
Susan Gilmore Photography
Daniel Contelmo Architects
The great room walls are filled with glass doors and transom windows, providing maximum natural light and views of the pond and the meadow. Photographer: Daniel Contelmo Jr.
Olivia van Dijk Architecture
Home of Emily Wright of Nancybird. Photography by Neil Preito Sunken Living space with polished concrete floors, a built in fireplace and purpose-built shelving for indoor plants to catch the northern sunlight. Timber framed windows border an internal courtyard that provides natural light.
Automation Design + Entertainment
Custom installation of the Media Rooms' display which offers a Kaleidescape Mover Server.
Cosy up by the woodburner at Elysian