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Ginger Cramer

We have folding indoor shutters on our windows that block the light when closed. That might work for you, depending on how much space you have on either side of your doors. Shutters are not only architecturally interesting, but also eliminate the need for drapery treatments.

   
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crileygordon
Custom Feature Wall (by Texas Projects) to Conceal Wires and Electronics Around Television.

Simple, removable solution to conceal electronic devices, wires, and cables in rental property.

Providing support for the feature wall and space to hide cables and cords, 2 vertical hanging 2x4s are secured along the wall studs, where the wall boards attach in 3 sections, the floating cabinet hinges, a wooden panel under the TV slides out, and the tv can be removed from the mount with the pull of a string, allowing easy access to the hidden cords and back of the TV.

When the Man Must Have His TV & Toys...

Feature Wall hides 5 devices, 20+ electronic cables and cords, 2 power strips w/charging stations, DVD’s, Blue-rays, Video games, gaming accessories, remotes, etc., everything aside from the TV and consoles requiring remote access (if it were up to me, all would be hidden; I choose my battles).

Providing support for the feature wall and space to hide cables and cords, 2 vertical hanging 2x4s are secured along the wall studs, where the wall boards attach in 3 sections, the floating cabinet hinges, a wooden panel under the TV slides out, and the tv can be removed from the mount with the pull of a string, allowing easy access to the hidden cords and back of the TV.
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Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.

Dear Rebekah,Thank you for including Jerry Jacobs Design.

Jerry

   

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