Now I must digress slightly for a second...
According to AC Nielsen Co, did you know that the number of hours Americans spend watching TV annually is 250 billion? Yeah, 250 billion. hours. a year. watching TV.
However, I have not been able to find any images of pretty little living rooms that have been graced by a television set. Living rooms and family rooms alike with no TVs in them? How is this possible? Where are they hiding the TVs? Obviously Americans are watching TV, but where are they doing it? In some dark secluded area of the basement, away from the eyes of the world perhaps? It's the craziest thing! Now to be honest, I have found many photos of flat screen TVs mounted to walls, but they tended to have a very contemporary edge, like this:
This photo is from home-designing.com. Not that there's anything wrong with contemporary decor, but are these the only people watching TV in America? I think not.
Can't the owners of this lovely room watch TV too?
But where, oh where is that darn TV?
I did, alas, find this one and only photo of a living room (in my style) which I believe shows a TV built in there on the far left:
From Country Living
So now I'm curious. Where do you hide your TV? Is it out there front and center for all to see or are you hiding it in that dark secluded basement area? :)