1. Alison. This is a light surround look great for a French Country, Southern Living or North Hampton decor.

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2. Simple contemporary decor with 2 floating shelves above the TV and a low profile long TV console.

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3. Elegant curved front on a entertainment center with a horizontal framed picture on top with a single glass vase.

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4. Wood back drop for a big screen TV that matches the wood media stand.

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5. Rich colors of red and black in this corner unit with convenient shelving on each side. Accent pictures with a tan mat add more warmth to the room.

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6. This is a nice neutral open feeling solutions with shelving for displaying your treasures.

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7. This look from Pier 1 is for a plasma TV hanging with a warm modern TV stand.

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8. Cool neutrals with gray and black house this TV’s look from Home Elegance. The 3 matted pictures bring in blue, green and red accents.

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9. This little image shows how you can blend your dark TV into an accent wall for a overall feel of depth.

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10. Here’s a arched open look from JC Penney. The glass shelves add a touch of class and the dark wood ads a strong element. The dark floor anchors the look.

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11. This TV is hidden in a corner and that can be a good thing if you have a beautiful fireplace and windows that act as the main focal points of the room.

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12. Very sleek! The curved glass reflects the light brilliantly. Black and cherry make a nice complement for each other with the whole wheat wall color. This unit allows the speakers to be hidden behind black clothe on the bottom shelves.

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13. This is a elegant tropical feel with the bamboo feeling wood and the green tones of the room.

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14.This is a great unit for those who need to close off the TV sometimes. If you have small kids or a dinner party you can hide your TV easily. A very safe bet for your TV. You can’t go wrong with this classic look.

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15. We love how Pottery Barn shows us how real families live with this look. Lots of space for your “stuff” and it looks great too!

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16. Clean simple lines and a very open feel. The addition of baskets grounds the look.

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17. Eclectic all the way with this simple look that mixes modern feel with warm wood tones.

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18. This is a great look for over the fireplace. The dark fireplace is a focal point with the dark sofa repeating the hue. Black and silver are accents.

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19. Another hidden TV in the fireplace with a nice conversation area means the TV doesn’t have to be the focal point and blends in nicely as a piece of art.

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20. This is a very nice unobtrusive look where the TV becomes part of the background until you are ready to use it. Still makes a decorative look but is not the rooms focal point.

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21. This allows the TV to blend well because of the dark artwork on the right is duplicated by the TV on the left.

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22. Here the designer has used the Entertainment center as a room divider. Very nice for studio or loft homes. Also great for areas that need divided zones for multiple activites.

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23. Very clean look from Restoration Hardware. A classic look for their style.

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24. Another simple but elegant look from Restoration Hardware.

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25. This Restoration Hardware image gives a balanced look with the pictures and architectural elements.
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25. Black and white modern feel with a feminine touch with the subtle pattern in the wall and the splashy flowered rug.

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26. A classic South Hampton Look. Light and airy like the sea.

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27. This is a nice piece of furniture with a heavy anchoring feel. We like the area for speakers above the TV.

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28. Basic shelves on each side give a inexpensive and polished look.

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