Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Neill calls the sunken living area "kind of old school. Most people put their media room in the basement. We put ours right in the living room. With kids you might want that down there, but it's just us, and we incorporate the TV into our music." And they watch it on a 6- by-12-foot projection screen affixed to the 20-foot-tall luscious Venetian-plaster feature wall.
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