It’s much easier than you imagine. No need to call in the builders or decorators, these real-life ideas will transform your living room the quick and easy way. The TV is there to entertain, of course, but now it can become part of the decor.


Camouflage design

Make the most of grey walls by matching them with a dark unit – it’ll help the TV blend into the overall living room look. The result will be a harmonious space with a palette of co-ordinating colours. Our Milian TV stand combines steel and solid ash wood with a smoky finish. A fabulous-looking design from an extensive collection designed to fully furnish your living room.


A question of perspective

Pictures are always a good resource when you’re decorating the walls. If you’re putting one next to a TV stand, bear in mind the height of the wall. If it’s tall, hang your picture so that it fills the space and avoids a sense of emptiness. On the other hand, if your walls are lower or have a window, putting your picture on top of the furniture and leaning it against the wall is your best bet. All you need to do is choose a picture you like and that matches the rest of your living room decor. Think about the key colours in the room and how much light it gets.


Wall, paper, scissors!

Play with these three elements to give your living room a different and original look. The wall behind your TV is the ideal place for colour, cool and movement. Choose one of our wallpapers, printed with exclusive designs on sustainable paper, grab some scissors to give it the right size... and amaze yourself at the difference it makes! It’s also a quick, easy and convenient alternative to paint. Think about it. You can keep the rest of the room clean and free from odours. There are no downsides.


Free your sofa

Your TV wall can be more useful than you think. Save a little space for Marge, a ladder-shaped hanger made from solid teak sourced from sustainably-managed forests with controlled felling. A place to hang up your throws so they’re within easy reach for your next movie night. Want to know the best part? You can also use it in the bathroom, as teak is a highly moisture-resistant type of wood.

Feb. 15, 2021, 12:14 p.m.