Irmentrud Vreni Fireplace January 25th, 2018
Matched in scale. This fireplace and television one on top of the other make for a stunning lesson in scale. The perfectly sized components almost make them look like they're combined. When placing your TV above your fireplace make sure it's low enough to be comfortable to look at. You don't want anyone to crane a neck when trying to relax and watch TV.
Mariette Josephe Fireplace January 24th, 2018
Metal. Edgy but old school this firebox surrounded puts an old-world material in a more modern form. Mixing and matching finishes — such as with the raw wood planking metal fireplace and highly lacquered furniture here — feels eclectic and spontaneous.
Adara Noya Fireplace January 23rd, 2018
Ledgestone. This is the texture lover’s choice. It’s available in many colors and can be installed horizontally or vertically for a more modern look. Notice here how the ledgestone above has been mixed with a slab on the bottom. $4.000 to $7.000.
Adara Noya Fireplace November 27th, 2017
Ceramic and glass tiles. Individual ceramic or glass tiles are a definite win on any fireplace surround. They’re available in many colors and shapes so the design options are endless. Can vary greatly; around $2.000 to $5.000 for tile and professional installation.
Mila Avdotya Media Storage November 25th, 2017
It saves you money- DVD and CDs even blank ones cost money. The use of a media storage cabinet in your home or small business can help eliminate scratched broke misplaced lost or even stolen media from hitting you in the wallet. Simply keeping your media in one place helps to accomplish this goal and advanced cabinet features such as child locks or even deadbolts can help to give added protection.
Mariette Josephe Media Storage November 24th, 2017
Positioning the TV asymmetrically within a media wall helps de-emphasize it further making the wall feel like a composition that includes various items (such as flowers and vases) instead of making the screen the central star of the show.
Irmentrud Vreni Media Storage November 21st, 2017
Gallery walls are an enduring trend so why not take advantage of this style and hide your TV in plain sight among a crowd of paintings or framed photos? Use artwork with black frames and even consider mixing in some other items (such as plaques or busts) to create a full-on mixed-media installation.
Fioralba Emma Media Storage November 20th, 2017
So often TVs are installed far too high as people tend to place them where they look best from a standing position forgetting that they will actually be viewed while sitting down. Placing your TV at a proper low angle helps take your eyes off it the rest of the time especially if you tuck it under some shelves painted in a fun hue. Dark floors or a dark rug will help it visually sink away into the ground where it won’t be noticed until it’s TV time.
Adara Noya Ottoman November 18th, 2017
West Elm plays to every man’s desire for a man cave with this leather Henry ottoman. All parties will be pleased because of its long life span and extreme durability.
Mila Avdotya Media Storage November 17th, 2017
Cutouts in the rear of a media console do more than allow cords through. The openings also permit much-needed ventilation. Electronics get hot when in use and you'll want air to flow around them and vent outside the cabinet. This reduces the risk of fire and can lengthen the life of the components.