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Here's something similar to what I have in mind for the living room furniture placement. The television would go beside the fireplace, not above it. Depending on the sizes involved, I could use half-height bookshelves instead of custom built-ins.

Lorraine Vale - traditional - living room - charleston - LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID. Built-Ins -- I like how they stick out further than the fireplace.

Chip and Joanna battle bees and some structural surprises as they help a Baylor professor and his wife transform a frighteningly ambitious fixer upper into "a piece of paradise in the country."

Fixer Upper: Country Farmhouse Goes from Scary to Sensational

Joanna lightened things up with new white finish for the built-in cabinets, light gray wall paint, and lots of daylight.

Fireplace - Amazed and Amused - MyFixitUpLife

Interesting idea for the TV.Hide it Behind Beadboard/Barn Doors You don't have to keep your TV, even a flat-panel model, in view even if it's over the mantel. Here, they used beadboard and barn doors to integrate the TV into this room's decor.

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OMG I love this! I've been wanting a creative way to hide the TV so it's not the center of focus in the living room. Hiding a flat screen TV -- sliding barn door hardware.

HANGING FLAT PANEL TV FRAMES Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 7

TV cover up - Wye River Waterfront - traditional - living room - dc metro - by Gina Fitzsimmons ASID