The television is the center of every living room design. It’s our major source of entertainment and such an integral part of our everyday lives that not having one can seem like a total set-back in lifestyle. However, LCDs can be tricky to integrate within typical interior designs. So today, we’ve compiled 5 ways you can work in your LCD screen within any living room interior design!
1. Into the arch
The arches are the man design element in this living room interior design. Each one is perfectly proportional and offers a distinct identity to the design. However, it’s the last one that has been used to feature the LCD in front of the sofa set. The whole design looks very attractive and completely fits in with the functional aspects of the design as well.
2. Suspended consoles
Suspended media consoles are one of the trendiest and most stylish ways you can feature your LCD. Since they’re pretty simple and straightforward in design, you can also use the back wall to emulate other design features. You can either hand the LCD on the wall space above them, or use the top to set one up.
3. Conventional media walls
Strictly speaking, no media wall is ever conventional – all of them are very unique to the user and their ideal aesthetic. However, it is the idea of the media wall that has become very conventional. You can definitely have one designed to your specifications to feature your LCD front and center within the whole design.
4. Attached media console
Not all media consoles are suspended. Many are even attached to the floor and offer more storage space as a result. The idea is the same, and the wall above is still plain. You can clad it in any material you like – tile, stone, laminate, etc. – and have the LCD hung on or put up in the center of the whole thing.
5. Respecting spaces
LCDs are usually put upon a wall, but what if that wall is not necessary for the design of the room behind it? In such cases, you can take inspiration from the idea used in this image. A small part of the wall has been kept as it is, while the rest of it has been switched out by aluminum and glass frames.