There’s no denying that for a lot of people, televisions are often centerpieces in their living rooms. But when it comes to decorating a room, televisions are often overlooked. It doesn’t have to be that way. As a matter of fact, televisions can be incorporated into a room’s design, just as much as the sofa or the fireplace. It’s all a matter of what you do with it. So, let’s see difrrent option we have to where to put a tv in a living room.
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Featuring a rich, mahogany entertainment center, this living room boasts its television at the head of the room. Paired with a sleek, contemporary fireplace, this living room is ideal for entertaining.
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White minimalist furniture is complemented perfectly by birch wood flooring. The television, perched on the wall, also compliments this room’s relatively simple color scheme. Placed high above a low shelving unit, the television is minimalist, which ties in perfectly with the casual, contemporary outlook throughout this room.
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This comfortable, contemporary living room features comfortable, industrial furniture, plus a minimalist shelving unit. The television makes good use out of a low set entertainment center. Wall mounted televisions can definitely cut down on clutter, ensuring minimalist living rooms can remain, you know, minimalist.
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A sleek, border less flat screen, wall mounted television works perfectly in this minimalist, contemporary living room by complementing the neutral, white heavy color scheme. The design of the television itself works wonderfully, considering the sleek lines present throughout every piece of furniture and decor here.
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This gorgeous living room features a wood paneled fireplace and mahogany flooring. But the real star of the show is the television, which is paired here by a delightfully retro television shelf.
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Paired up with a driftwood TV shelf, this television works perfectly in this intimate living room.
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Here, this television is decidedly more subtle. Tucked away in an ebony entertainment center, this television makes its presence known but doesn’t steal attention away from the beautiful, white brick fireplace.
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This thin screened television is elevated to the next level with an ornate, cheery entertainment center.
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This minimalist living room is paired well with an equally minimalist television set. It works especially well here, keeping this living room spacious and open.
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This contemporary living room works as well, featuring neutrally toned furniture. The fireplace, featuring a giant stone mantle, also incorporates a flat screen television, which ensures that this living room will remain a prime entertaining space. This is one way to have a living room with tv over fireplace.
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A tall, whimsical shelving unit is not only the perfect place to store knickknacks and decor but ensures this television helps keep this room perfect for entertaining.
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With comfortable, overstuffed furniture, this living room is ideal for large gatherings. Not to mention, the television works quite well here, especially when taking into account the natural, twisted wood decor that borders it.
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This casual living room features a gentle, white and brown heavy color scheme. The television is reasonably subtle, sitting at the head of the room, but by mounting it on the wall, it’s a decent, minimalist display. Perfect way to arrange furniture in living room.
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Eclectic furniture seals the deal in this unique, art deco living room. The television, wall mounted, works well with the rest of the decor, its sleek design fitting in with the room’s eclectic design.
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Paired with a bookshelf system, this television manages to keep this penthouse living room feeling fresh and ready to entertain.
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Placed high above the fireplace, this television manages to keep this living room from feeling crowded and overwhelmed. The color scheme is neutral and the furniture evokes a comfortable, late ’80s vibe
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Decked out with tiled stone, this fireplace elevates this living room to the next level. A television set above the firebox ensures this living room is ready to entertain.
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This television, combined with a book shelf/entertainment system, keeps this living room feeling cozy and playful.
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A blue, television cover ensures this television is not only prime for entertaining but doubles as an art piece.
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Set above a minimalist fireplace, this sleek television could almost be mistaken for a mirror, working very well in this jazzy, contemporary living room.
So there you have it. With the right touches, even a television can be considered a piece of decor.