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7 pictures of TV rooms from Indian homes

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Most if not all homes have a TV room where family and friends congregate to have a fun time. Whether it's in the living room or in a specific media room, the TV room is an important part of the house. Other than housing a TV, there are other ways to make the room more fun and visually interesting. We all kinds of different designs and styles of TV rooms lined up for you today. There's the cozy type, the casual contemporary kind, the elegant, the home theater styled one and lots more. 

We hope you will find something you like and would want to use at home in this idea book. If you don't, there's no need to worry. There are loads of other articles on homify which you can refer to if you don't find the suitable design for you here. The TV rooms presented here are some of the more popular and in demand designs for the Indian market, so we hope you it will suit your taste.  

1. Simple and wooden with niche shelving

The best way to design any room is to K.I.S.S.—keep it simple and sweet. The TV room pictured here is a perfect example—a simple wooden wall panel fitted with niche shelving and matched with wooden furnishings. The irregular shapes and varying heights of the shelving and furnishing gives this TV room a dynamic edge, resulting in a cozy and contemporary space. 

2. The glowing geometrical bookshelf

Lighting is one of the easiest ways to add interest to the TV wall. The complex geometrical shapes of the bookshelf are definitely one of the selling points of this design, and the lighting does wonders to enhance it. And it doesn't necessarily have to be a bookshelf, you could also use the shelves to display ornaments, decorations and photographs. 

3. Marbled wall panels with matching cabinets

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5BHK PROJECT @PRATEEK STYLOME BY MAD DESIGN

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For those who like their TV rooms really dark, we recommend using a bright wall panel as a background in order to brighten up the room naturally without lighting. In this example, we see a marbled wall panels with matching cabinets giving a glossy magazine look to this clean and minimalist styled room. If you need more storage space, check out our article: 6 storage ideas for your TV room.

4. Bold wallpaper accent wall

The TV room is the best place to go crazy with accent walls, and the easiest way to do that is with bold wallpaper. You can choose unusual patterns or bright colours—the choice is up to you, but make sure it is harmonized with the rest of the room. In this example, we can see that the wallpaper has the same colour tones as the curtains, creating continuity in the design. 

5. Stone-clad wall

If you like the rustic look, but don't want the maintenance effort that comes with using wood, we recommend using a stone-clad wall. A stone-clad wall will also give your TV room the richest texture as well as add depth and visual interest. Pictured here, we see the stone-clad wall combined with a sleek wall panel with recessed lighting and shelving—creating a more dynamic modern look and feel. Here are some inspiring TV room designs for your home.

6. Classy and elegant

Lovers of white and gold, this one is for you—a pure classic. Chandeliers, sheer white curtains, bright white walls, and gold trimmed furnishings and curtains. For this type of design, try to keep the decorations down to a minimum because less is more for this style. For more inspiration, here are 15 ideas for your TV unit.

7. Home theater style

Last but not least, if you want to go all the way, then go home theater style with a large flat screen TV, carpeted walls and super comfy seating. You will never want to leave home to go see a movie again! 

We hope you've been inspired by these ideas for TV rooms. For more inspiration and ideas, you can read: 9 ideas to place your TV in a small room.

Which TV room design do you like the best? 
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