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Create a Faux Fireplace | Give your living room a focal point by creating a faux fireplace with an antique mantel. This fireplace was set on a rectangular piece of slate as the hearth. | SouthernLiving.com

Create a Faux Fireplace - 108 Living Room Decorating Ideas

Create a Faux Fireplace | Give your living room a focal point by creating a faux fireplace with an antique mantel. This fireplace was set on a rectangular piece of slate as the hearth. | SouthernLiving.com

I love this calming and beautiful room by Steven Gambrel. He used Benjamin Moore's "Adagio" (1593). (image via Elle Decor)

I love this calming and beautiful room by Steven Gambrel. He used Benjamin Moore's "Adagio" (1593). (image via Elle Decor)

The Belgian aesthetic has entranced us all. No wonder... look at this gorgeous home of the the owners of Arcobaleno, an antique store in Ramsel, Belgium.

The Belgian aesthetic has entranced us all. No wonder... look at this gorgeous home of the the owners of Arcobaleno, an antique store in Ramsel, Belgium.

Peachy shades of orange set the mood in this cheerful North Carolina breakfast room by designer Kathy Smith.

25 Rustic Fall Color Schemes

Peachy shades of orange set the mood in this cheerful North Carolina breakfast room by designer Kathy Smith.

Ashley-Whittaker-Design-Southampton-Beach-House-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-22.jpg 650×444 pixels

Ashley-Whittaker-Design-Southampton-Beach-House-via-DiCorcia-Interior-Design-22.jpg 650×444 pixels

Don't Hide Your TV    Have a sleek flatscreen television? Put it on display. "We no longer have to measure out niches or construct hideously huge mechanized ottomans at the foot of the bed that lift up the television like Dracula's coffin lid," says designer Markham Roberts. Newer models, like the one on this family room's bookcase ledge, look just fine out in the open.

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Don't Hide Your TV Have a sleek flatscreen television? Put it on display. "We no longer have to measure out niches or construct hideously huge mechanized ottomans at the foot of the bed that lift up the television like Dracula's coffin lid," says designer Markham Roberts. Newer models, like the one on this family room's bookcase ledge, look just fine out in the open.