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A Living Room for the Whole Family

Sarah Richardson, host of Sarah 101, shares five ingredients for a living room that satisfies kids and parents.

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"Despite the fact that I work in television, I don't think a TV belongs in every room," says Sarah. Instead, she suggests picking one place for TV watching and going all-in with a great big setup. The Richardsons have a ceiling-mounted projector (which you can find at a home electronics store starting at $50), surround-sound speakers and a 6-foot-by-9-foot screen that retracts into a custom box at the push of a button.

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