Living Area with NO TELEVISION

5. Kill your TV.
As I mentioned before, having a TV in your living room often means that your TV becomes the center of the room, and you wind up with a space that’s optimized for watching television, and not much else. Banishing your TV to another room of the house (or getting rid of it entirely) frees up your space for all kinds of creative arrangements. Once you’re no longer worried about everyone being able to see the screen, you may find that you living room contains all sorts of possibilities you never imagined.

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