The chill is in the air. Bringing it in.
Whether it be The Big Chill or Halloween Ends, every home needs a cozy space to roost for game days or movie nights! Having said that, these spaces don’t have to fall under the category of “man cave,” hidden away in a dark basement, with a brown sectional the size of Texas. We have some tricks for creating a space that feels sophisticated and luxe, even with an oversized TV positioned right above your mantel. Have a look…
Forget about square footage. A media room does not require a sprawling space with theater-sized projectors and rows of recliners. A small space can feel like the perfect cozy place to curl up with a cashmere wobbie to watch your favorites. This nook of a TV room feels cozy and not the least bit cramped, and we’re attributing it to the dark jewel-toned color palette. Consider black out window treatments that block window glare and glow from street lights.
What TV? The Samsung Frame TV turns a flat screen into a work of art. —and it’s about time. Samsung’s frame TV is sleek, and flush to the wall. She is expensive, however a good aesthetic investment If your only option for the layout is over the mantle.
Sophisticated, chic and wonderfully functional. We designed a niche for the telly in this gorgeous paneled wall that couldn’t be more fabulous for this modern high rise. Brilliant.
Budget friendly hack. If you’re saving up for the Frame TV, a quart of Sherwin Williams Black Magic 6991 can give you this sleek look that’s a game changer for camouflaging a big screen. When the TV is off, it, the wires, and the soundbar recede into the wall and behind the console.
Speaking of a FABU console, we are crushing on this Suffolk grasscloth media console by CB2. Features push to open doors and cord management. Naturally chic for every style. 🥰
We hope you are inspired by our TV tips. After all there’s no place like home. 😉 Most importantly, don’t forget the popcorn! 🍿