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Since the dawn of television, I can’t remember a time where my twin and I didn’t have a TV in our bedroom. Today, we will be showing you a list of wonderful bedrooms with flat screen TVs in them.

You can’t rely on color to punch up a transitional space, but texture rises to the challenge admirably. Coarsely woven fabrics, natural fibers and a blend of matte and shiny finishes lend a sense of layering and help the room pop. This Master Bedroom media room features a motorized pop-up TV at the foot of the bed and another video display at the far end of the bedroom by the fireplace. For those living in a small space like a studio apartment, innovative dividers can be used as walls that double as shelving or entertainment systems, providing the illusion of multiple rooms.

It’s pink, it has a flat screen TV, it has photos, and many things that fit into the theme. This elegant master bedroom puts the finishing touches on this wonderful modern interior. The bed is flanked by a pair of contemporary black light fixtures.

This bedroom is something to think about – the surround of the TV is pretty interesting too, don’t you agree? Check out this master bedroom; the pine walls/ceiling; the ceiling fan, bed head and foot board. Love the built in electric fireplace with flat-screen TV above.

I like the color palette of this bedroom, I’m sure a lot will love this too! Master Bedroom with Custom Bed & Media Center “A neutral color scheme allows sculptural objects, in this case iconic furniture, and artwork to stand out,” says Santalla. “An element of contrast, such as a tone or a texture, adds richness to the palette.” This tranquil master bedroom suite includes a small seating area, beautiful views and an interior hallway to the master bathroom & closet. The transformation of this high-rise condo in the heart of San Francisco was literally from floor to ceiling.

Studio Becker custom built everything from the bed and shoji screens to the interior doors and wall paneling – and of course the kitchen, baths and wardrobes! TV’s and electronics were hidden within custom built cabinetry.

Look at the traditional wall with the fireplace and bookcases that serves great areas for storage and display.

I really fancy the sunburst mirror above the headboard and the fact that this bed has drapes.

The ceiling screen in the master bedroom is a custom piece from local artisans, faux finished with silver leaf. I’m guessing that there are only a few people who prefer having TVs like this – well, for the most part, this is really a white screen for movies and can be connected to the TV too.

I heard from a lot of designers and decorators that they do not prefer adding a television set in the bedroom so that it would only be used for rest, but for people like me who likes to get to watch movies or cartoons before sleeping, TVs are heaven.

Flat Screen TV Furniture
Flat Screen TV Furniture
Beverly Hills
Beverly Hills
Studio Flat
Studio Flat
Custom Parade
Custom Parade
Fort Morgan
Fort Morgan
Flat Screen TV Furniture
Flat Screen TV Furniture
Lodge Style
Lodge Style
Log Homes
Log Homes
Marina District
Marina District
Ernesto Santalla
Ernesto Santalla
Miami Traditional
Miami Traditional
Flat Screen TV Furniture
Flat Screen TV Furniture
Parkwood Road
Parkwood Road
Southwest Florida
Southwest Florida
San Francisco
San Francisco
Seattle Classic
Seattle Classic
Toronto Traditional
Toronto Traditional
Transitional Master
Transitional Master
United States
United States
Flat Screen TV Furniture
Flat Screen TV Furniture

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