Tips on Wall Decor to Make Your TV the Center of Attention
Created by Erin Williamson Interior designer Erin Williamson says, "I like to integrate wall-mounted TVs into the rest of the room by surrounding them with art, so the TV becomes a part of a larger gallery wall." "Anchoring the TV to the wall with a shelf, credenza, or console
Created by Erin Williamson
Interior designer Erin Williamson says, "I like to integrate wall-mounted TVs into the rest of the room by surrounding them with art, so the TV becomes a part of a larger gallery wall." "Anchoring the TV to the wall with a shelf, credenza, or console table gives it a sense of permanence and makes it feel more at home in the room." ”
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Ms. Maite Granda
Interior designer Maite Granda, originally from Cuba and now based in Florida, opted for a frame TV that would be installed in a bespoke wall unit. When not in use, the beach scene looks like a photograph, which works well with the decor.
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The LA Fashion Show
Instead of hanging a mirror or painting over the hearth like in the past, today's homeowners are more likely to mount a flat-screen television above the chimney. When the television is turned off, the attention is drawn to the bright and bold wallpaper in this LA Designer Affair-created design.
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An Artful Confusion
To paraphrase blogger Emma Chapman of A Beautiful Mess: "I don't really have a big desire to 100% hide my TV in my house because I don't mind seeing them in spaces." Yet, it annoys me when they dominate the space. If the TV isn't turned on and we aren't watching something, then it's nice that it disappears into the wall like this. The second function of this black edging is to draw attention to the artwork we hung above the television. "
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The LA Fashion Show
The TV wall in this living room from LA Designer Affair is a focal point without being the main event thanks to the deep blue adjacent wall with custom paneling and bold artwork. The hanging baskets above the TV also direct the viewer's gaze upward.
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Pizzale Design, by Mike Chajecki
Pizzale Design, owned by Canadian interior designer Gabriele Pizzale, opted for a wall of sleek black marble behind the fireplace insert and the wall-mounted television.
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Cathie Hong Interiors / Margaret Austin Photograph
Cathie Hong Interiors' Japan-inspired living room features a TV nook with a pared-down aesthetic warmed up with plants, objects, and artwork.
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The Emily Henderson / Sara Tramp Design
To prevent a flat screen television from taking over the living room, Velinda Hellen of Emily Henderson Design created this comfy media nook. The walls are painted in deep, rich hues so that the TV is almost invisible when it's not in use (if you squint, you can make out a small portion of it off to the right).
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It's a Lovely Clutter
Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess turned an awkward corner of her living room into a nice-looking home for her flat screen with a custom table that hides cables and equipment as well as a cute mini gallery wall that gives you something to look at other than the TV screen when it's is not active
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Master of Forbes
Forbes Masters, an architectural and interior design firm, concealed the television behind a textured black wall. By placing a set of lamps with identical black shades on either side of the TV, you can trick your eyes into focusing on them instead of the screen when the TV is off.
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Image Credits: Mike Chajecki / Pizzale Design
Pizzale Design, owned by Canadian interior designer Gabriele Pizzale, features a deep blue wood slat wall that helps to subdue the visual impact of a mounted flat screen.
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The Forbes 500
The lacquered walls, mirrored ceilings, imposing chandeliers, and general maximalist bling of this karaoke room from Forbes Masters takes the focus off the TV screen, which is not given pride of place over the fireplace but built into the custom millwork where it takes a back seat when not in use
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In order to conceal her television, A Beautiful Mess blogger Emma Chapman recommends hanging empty thrift store picture frames and painting the entire thing black as an accent wall. According to her, "I love how the TV kind of disappears into the space," but "when it's on and in use it's actually even more visible with the darker background." "
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Desiree Burns Interiors suggests a simple solution for blending a large black flat-screen TV into a bright and airy room: anchoring it to the wall with a black credenza.
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A. Lori Dennis
Lori Dennis, an LA-based interior designer, created this sleek man cave with dark blue walls and a moody black ceiling; the TV is hidden on the back wall when it is not in use.
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A Master of Forbes
The television in this modern living room from Forbes Masters is simply mounted on a white wall above a white credenza. Its designers subtly countered its stark blackness by sprinkling small amounts of black across an otherwise white and light neutral space, making it blend in with the rest of the room.
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Pizzale Design (Mike Chajecki)
With the help of a taupe wall unit with plenty of drawers and shelving filled with objects and art, interior designer Gabriele Pizzale of Pizzale Design was able to hide the TV when it wasn't in use.
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Interiors of a Gray Zone
This living room by Gray Space Interiors features a modern black-framed fireplace that acts as a counterpoint to the wall-mounted flat screen and a concrete effect wall finish that lends a sophisticated air to the space.
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Photos by Talitha / Decorations by Cathie Hong
In this room's design by Cathie Hong Interiors, a large flat screen is hung above a credenza on an adjacent wall, but it doesn't dominate the room because of the abundance of natural light from the windows and the presence of two framed artworks.
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Emily Henderson / Sara Ligorria-Tramp Graphic Design
Arlyn Hernandez of Emily Henderson Design used a credenza from the mid-20th century to ground the flat-screen television above it, while also providing a warm wood tone and a sense of equilibrium to the room.
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The TV in this light and airy Studio KT living room is hidden in a custom recessed box above the chunky wooden mantel, which is designed to mimic the window mullions. An equal-width black fireplace to the television and numerous warm woods contribute to a cozy ambiance.
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A Pizzale Design/Mike Chajecki Production
Pizzale Design's framed art works on either side of the TV in this living room strike a nice balance and help to soften the screen.
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A home theater's screen is the room's focal point, but in this design by Studio KT, black and white photographs hung on the walls around the screen create the impression of a gallery even when no film is playing.
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Sarah Tramp & Emily Henderson, Architects
Emily Henderson Design's vase full of vibrant leafy branches is a simple way to draw the eye away from a TV mounted on the wall.26 Clever Ways to Accent Your Home with Plants
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The Emily Henderson/Ellie Lillstrom Design
The best way to decorate around a TV wall is to use the wall as a blank canvas by replacing the flat screen with a projector. This is ideal for those who love a giant screen but don't want to look at it when there's nothing playing on it. in this Albie K. Compton-designed space Buabeng for Emily Henderson's Design
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Created by Erin Williamson Interior designer Erin Williamson says she enjoys incorporating wall-mounted TVs into the rest of the room by surrounding them with art so that the TV becomes a part of a larger gallery wall. A credenza, console table, or shelf placed beneath a