Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Creative Flat Screen TV Solutions


I thought these were a few great and 
creative flat screen TV solutions ....
Hope you like them to.
The sources are at the bottom of the post.



If you look closely above the fire place
you will see hinges on the right 
where the panel opens to reveal the TV.


I love this one.
I did the same thing in Boca Raton Fla. for a client 15 years ago.

It was a nightmare to have made.
Back then cabinet makers hadn't seen this barn door concept yet....
So I had to listen to every reason why it was crazy and wouldn't work

ugh!


Have a great day!!

Sources: http://www.remodelista.com/posts/5-quick-fixes-how-to-display-a-flat-screen-tv

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8 comments:

  1. Hi Renee
    I love the last one also
    Now if I only had a tv oh and a house for that matter
    Gave a great week ciao ciao xxx Julie

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    1. ditto!!!
      i am living with mom!

      oxo

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  2. Renee, what's happening babe? In Texas our men won't allow the TV to be hidden as they evidently MUST watch sports 24/7, pro/college/high school, doesn't matter to them. That's why all of us "shop."

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  3. That last example is amazing and my son that is a builder would LOVE it! I'm making him look at it and he will probably say he's already done one of these! No matter…it was great looking!

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  4. Great solutions! Writing on the screen with chalk? I'll have to look into that one- probably a film you can put on your screen or something. Hope all is well Rene. Is spring there yet? It's here, finally, with a renewed sense of hope!
    xoxo Nancy
    Powellbrowerhome.com

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  5. I love that last one Renee. I have always tried to hide the tv, usually in an armoir.
    How is life in Maine?
    Hope you are well.
    Much love
    Di
    xxxx

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  6. brilliant, especially the bedroom fireplace image. thought to myself "how did this slip in?"
    happy spring renee!
    debra

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