Hi guys, I moved into a new house back in November, the living room was a fairly dark feeling place. The walls were papered with cheap, horrible woodchip wallpaper. We had damp in the kitchen, which was what we thought was due to the outter wall running all along the side of the house being exposed to an alleyway. Anyway we got the long wall ripped down to bare brick and a damp course injected into the walls etc and got the kitchen ripped out and completely re-fitted with a new kitchen. The long wall running all along the side of the building was kitchen and living room. So the 1 wall was replastered after having a damp course done. Anyway after that we decided to remove all the rest of the woodchip wallpaper from the other walls. (nightmare) anyway we then decided to have the other walls replastered as they were not in the best of conditions due 30 year old woodchip pulling away at the plaster We removed the old wood chip paper (worst job ever!) We then got the other walls replastered and had the horrible fireplace ripped out and a concrete base has been laid in its place for now. Here are the pics of the room at the moment. Anyway, once the plaster has dried out, I will be getting the new skirting boards fitted all round the room. Then I am going to have the carpet ripped up and fit wooden flooring down. The issue I have at the moment is how do I lay my living room out now? I have decided I fancy wall mounting my TV as I have had the fireplace ragged out! MyTV is a 40". My entertainment stuff looks like this currently. TV Hifi unit (4 pc) PS3 Virign Box 5.0 surround speakers Now if I mount my TV on the wall, what is the best way to house all the other bits? Here is a diagram of my living room, showing my old layout, and below is a blank layout. I am thinking a new unit for the base of the chimney breast where the concrete has been laid? With my sofa's staying where they are! Or does anyone have better ideas?