Television Viewing

Transitional Style for Large Communal TV Viewing

Transitional Style for Large Communal TV Viewing

We enjoy how this layout gives you a central boxed-in, TV-viewing spot that still has good flow and leaves plenty of walking room all around. And unlike the previous design, this layout results in a slightly more formal living room design. 

Michael Scott's Fun-Filled Desk

Michael Scott's Fun-Filled Desk

Do you think Michael Scott would ever get work done at home, or would he just stare at his plasma screen tv and bang on his mug all day? Either way, he would be doing it in style, courtesy of Jan.

Open Flow Studio Apartment Living Room

Open Flow Studio Apartment Living Room

In this layout, the living space is tucked into the back nook of the apartment, where the bedroom was in the first design. This makes for a more cozy living area that truly feels like a space of its own. This layout also allowed us to use a larger sofa—a good thing to think about if you like to unwind with a TV show at night and want a full-size sofa rather than a loveseat or apartment-sized option.

A Pastel Living Room Perfect For Movie Nights

A Pastel Living Room Perfect For Movie Nights

To ensure optimal TV viewing in your living room, position the largest piece of seating directly across from the media console, such as this chaise sectional. Layered pillows and throws offer a cozy setup for lounging with friends or movie nights. The round mid-century coffee table fits into the arrangement effortlessly for popcorn and drinks! 

Deep Orange Contemporary Bedroom and Office

Deep Orange Contemporary Bedroom and Office

Just because you need your space to be multifunctional doesn't mean it has to feel boring. This space manages to pack in a lot of style in while still maintaining its functionality thanks to minimal styling and a bold wall color.

Bedroom Nook Space for TV Viewing

Bedroom Nook Space for TV Viewing

Many folks want a TV in their bedroom but don't like having it in plain sight. That's why we suggest placing your TV in a nook or even closet if the space is within the eyeline of your bed.

Hidden TV In Eclectic Rustic Bedroom

Hidden TV In Eclectic Rustic Bedroom

If you don't like looking at your TV when it’s not in use, consider concealing it in a wall cabinet. By placing your TV inside a cabinet, you don't see it unless the cabinet doors are opened!

Corner Sectional Perfect To Watch Tv

Corner Sectional Perfect To Watch Tv

A perfect view to watch tv from this corner sectional and a tufted armchair. This black and white color palette creates a clean and open space to enjoy larger gatherings with your family. Two bookcases at your fireplace's sides are a great idea to keep organized to room.

Clever Open Storage

Clever Open Storage

If you're needing storage solution but feel that a closed console or cabinet feels to heavy for your space try placing decorative baskets of your open shelves. They will do the work of hiding spare cords, remotes, and batteries without makinging your space feel cluttered or adding the heft that sometimes comes from a large piece of closed storage furniture.

It's Curtains For You (TV Viewing)

It's Curtains For You (TV Viewing)

If you're the kind of person who likes watching TV in your living room but wants it to do vanishing act when it's turned off consider hanging a curtain to conceal it. Voila your tv has done a disapeered and just in time for your dinner party.

Fireplace TV Viewing

Fireplace TV Viewing

Centering your TV on your fireplace doesn't have to be an eye sore! Try highlighting the sides of the fireplace with bright art to take the focal point away from any electronics.

Tucked Away TV Viewing

Tucked Away TV Viewing

Maybe you want a tv in your space but don't want to have to see it all the time. Adding a decorative screen can be the perfect solution. Plus it will add interest to your space!

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