Tucked off the great room, a vibrant color scheme combined with neutral sofas and thoughtful artwork create a sophisticated media room made for lounging.
A pair of frosted French doors invite guests inside, but also close the media room off from the great room when needed.
Accents in hot pink and fuchsia contrast the bright grey-green walls to give the media room a vibrant and energetic look and feel.
Four shag poufs, two in teal and two in ivory, provide handy extra seating for guests who want to hang out or watch TV.
Enjoy the Outdoors
A pair of French doors open the media room up to a side yard with seating area that fits perfectly with the indoor-outdoor Floridian lifestyle.
Walls That Wow
A combination of antique mirrors, drawings and modern art in an interesting mix of colors and styles infused with black and white give the walls of the media room a curated look.
A table lamp with a driftwood-inspired base reflects the home's clever play on classic coastal and Floridian coastal style.
A media console sits below the media room's 50-inch flat screen TV, providing storage for equipment and entertaining essentials. The TV was positioned to be completely visible from either sofa.
A stunning chandelier anchors the media room, and gives the space a good dose of sparkle.
State of the Art
The media room's state-of-the-art entertainment system offers advanced sound technologies with simplicity and versatility.
Pillows with different designs and hues add a punch of color to the neutral sofas, and compliment the media room's vibrant artwork.
A neutral coffee table was placed between the media room's two sofas, to provide a place to rest drinks, store books and space for a plant to bring a touch of nature inside.
An 8x10 off-white shag-like rug adds coziness to the media room. "What’s interesting about this rug in relation to the house is that it really looks like coral, the way that it's been constructed," says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
Located right off the dining room portion of the great room, the media room behind the frosted French doors has an intimate parlor feel that offers a secluded sanctuary to watch TV, read or relax.