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Deemed essential by some, television is often the big black point of decoration in the living room. Not always very aesthetic, more and more large, we often try by all means to hide it or relegate it to a room dedicated to it. But what if the key to leaving it its place without touching the "faux faux design" was simply to combine it with other elements? Decorate around television in 10 ideas ... Let's go!
Cacti and succulents are undoubtedly the kings and queens of our interiors. We love them, we love them and we slide them everywhere to pacify and give life to a space. If in the living room, we tend to put them on the floor, on a side table, a sideboard or on the windowsill, we think less of having them right next to the TV directly on the furniture. And yet they make all the difference, don't you agree?
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A designer lamp
In the living room, we often favor secondary light sources. To avoid being in complete darkness when watching television, - without having to turn on the ceiling light, you put on a floor lamp near the sofa or on a swivel wall lamp. But the other idea that works is to put a lamp next to the screen. Personally, we have a crush on this mushroom model with clean lines that lends itself to the game with elegance.
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A display case
Appreciated again by the interiors, the showcase signs its return. And it is especially in the living room, in version 3 in 1 - TV cabinet, cupboard and glass column - that we keep it here! Bright or not, we fill it with pretty objects that sublimate each other. The effect of this mini museum is immediate: the eye is drawn to the point of forgetting the television which sits a few centimeters away.
Exhibiting your prettiest family or vacation photos in the living room is great. Scattering them around the room is even better. The TV cabinet raises hands down to receive some framed pictures. clic clac it's in the box!
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Scandinavia still has the wind in its sails. And at the same time, how do you get tired of these clean and design lines, these warm woods and the little extra touch that does it all? To give the TV corner a little style, you can obviously bet on a pretty row, but not only that! Bring the air from the Nordic countries to breath by installing a collection of teak candle holders in different sizes and colors right next to the television.
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Do you spend long hours in front of the television and lose track of time? We know that too! But with a nice clock installed right next to it, you will see the minutes go by differently. You might even find the motivation to get out!
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A pile of books
Pause reading over, we move to the layout of the TV corner. And since the books have a highly decorative line, we don't hesitate to stack them on top of each other alongside the screen. One, two, three… small and / or large, sober or colorful, it's up to you.
A retro speaker
Make your TV stand the hi-tech corner of the living room. You obviously arrange television there, but it is also the ideal benchmark for sliding the sound system. Worked with retro lines and totally in tune with the times, Marshall speakers have the coast in black or white. Useful and decorative, we would be wrong to deprive ourselves of it.
A collection of trinkets
Positioned on a shelf unit, the television is at the center of the decor. To sublimate it on such an installation, nothing could be simpler: accumulate! Add a multitude of trinkets brought back from travels or from the flea markets (terrestrial globe, candlesticks, fan, precious stones ...) and of course, don't hesitate for a second to drag some green plants to finish.
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A wall of frames
What if the perfect solution was that television doesn't seem to be what it is? For this, we thank Samsung and its incredible model The Frame which comes in the form of a photo frame You choose the work that appears on the screen (from a selection of artists or simply in your personal album), you add other frames to compose your wall ... and you admire the result for hours.