Contemporary Family Room
“I always have a slight problem with televisions, though they are getting a lot more attractive,” Doug says. “Still, where do you put them? We wanted the television to blend in, so we were going to leave it open, rather than have a black screen in a light surface. But we didn’t want to have a big block of dark color, so the polished plaster of the wall that houses the TV gave us a darker color with a lot of texture and pattern. It tends to disguise the TV without being too distracting.”
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