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Lucy and Company

  Our friend, one one of our favorite designers, Andrew Howard, is one of the most practical we know when it comes to the TV. TV watching has become one of America’s favorite pastimes, and, as such, is naturally going to become a more integral part of our homes–and our design schemes. So why not embrace it?

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Munger Interiors

 Looking at this gorgeous living room, we have to say that we totally agree! Building the TV into the design scheme has become more practical — and prettier — than ever.

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Terra Cotta Properties

If you’re not a fan of the TV-over-the-mantle look, TV cabinets are usually fairly priced and come in a wide array of types and styles.

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Lonny

 Amidst a beautiful array of abstract art and books, the TV blends right in — especially in a fabulous built-in like this!

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 A couch, a fireplace and your favorite show? Sounds like a winter winner to us!

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Lynn Morgan Design

A TV in the bedroom can be a perfect way to end a long day.

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Brooke Giannetti

If you’re still not a fan of being all out loud with the TV, this sliding chalk board is an adorable way to hide away a screen in a playroom! 

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Lonny

Want a TV, but don’t want to give up your art? Why compromise when there’s room for them both!

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Lonny

 Tucked away in a built-in surrounded by books, the TV is hardly noticeable here!

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Veranda Interiors

Stone, fire and the perfect Christmas movie? Looks like a great way to celebrate to us!

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in our neck of the woods. Hoping your holiday season is going great!