9.09.2010

Inspired by TIFF: Where Does Your TV Live?



The 35th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) starts today.
11 days - 300 films
You can feel the electricity in the air when the festival is in town.


Natalie Portman in Black Swan


So in honour of all things film,
 thought I would look at some ways to incorperate a tv into your home in a stylish manner.




Not all of us have the luxury of a full-blown media room,
 and the days of just propping the t.v over the fireplace have come and gone.
So where does that leave us?

Where does your tv live?


as part of a storage wall..


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behind closed doors..


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on display..



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rca tx-1


 camouflaged..





here's a few unusual spots!



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umm, okay, very unique.. repurposing is always good! 





This next one, however, will blow your socks off!

Now you see it..


mirror tv

now you don't!

mirror tv 2


How many of you want one? I do!
now, if they only have the picture quality and all the gadgets that D. requires :)



Off to peruse some color swatches.. have a lovely thursday..

til next time..



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5 comments:

Chantale said...

Hah! Love the last pic! If it were up to me, I would have that as a tv. Ornamental art only. Alas, we have too many tv's in the house that I barely get to sit down and watch. Some amazing interiors here..

Abby & Her Boys said...

These images are fabulous. Nice research, my friend! I think for me, and practicality, the TV mixed in with a gallery wall works best. But that TV turned mirror is spectacular. What a fun and beautiful post!!

Kerry said...

What a GREAT post. I love seeing different ways that people put their TV out. Ours is large and in charge, center stage in the basement right now. It's so big I think I'll have a hard time hiding it away... but that's really what our basement will be used for. So I'm not overly worried about it for the moment!

averydesigninteriors said...

So glad I checked out your post today. I am searching for just the right way to incorporate my client's television into her new living area. You've given me so much food for thought!

jules @ The Diversion Project said...

oh my goodness, that image og NP is amazing. love her, and that is sensational!

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