When I had this photo taken (above) of a space I recently designed in the East Bay, the photographer and I had an interesting discussion as to whether we should keep the wall-mounted tv screen in the shot or replace it with art to make the photograph prettier.
In the end, as you can see, we decided to keep the television in plain sight, as that is what is 'real' about this family room design.
Wall mounted TV's and large scale TV's are all the rage. The bigger the better -- and of course these screens aren't just for TV anymore -- they are for streaming movies, gaming, and more.
So how do you make a large wall-mounted TV look like it belongs in your interior design aesthetic?
Styling Tips for a Wall Mounted TV:
1. Make sure your wall-mounted screen is anchored with a scaled console, chest or cabinet beneath it (and hide all of those wires and extra components!)
2. Use the console underneath to artfully display decorative objects and arrangements of your favorite items.
3. Create an art gallery wall that incorporates the shape of the TV screen as part of the vignette (like this below):
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