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moore1979 wrote:Nov 12, 2013
  • gs2014
    would love to know where to get the TV Cabinet from. Its asked previously but no answer. Thanks
  • Meg Mahoney

    I would love to know too. Answer???


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  • lynn007
    Where did the tv furniture come from?? We are looking at taking out some walls and tv placement is an issue. Thanks.
denisehess wrote:Feb 5, 2012
  • topprivate
    wish there was a frontal view of this picture>
tanem wrote:Aug 3, 2011
  • Becky Harris
    Hi, I am not sure of the exact chair (I think this photo is from Israel, so sourcing can be difficult), but Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams has a similar chair (you get a big choice of fabrics to upholster it in):

    http://www.mgbwhome.com/TORY-SWIVEL-CHAIR-P9403.aspx

    I was just shopping in their Natick MA store this week and they are AWESOME. So helpful and their furniture is beautiful.

    Becky
marapeltz wrote:Apr 15, 2013
    Regina Saunders wrote:Jun 22, 2011
      motherbear wrote:May 18, 2011

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        pangaea
        Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Where to Put the TV When the Wall Won't WorkAug 3, 2011

        Here are the three essential elements to float your TV away from the wall.1. Hide the back of the TV with cabinetry.2. Place all your components inside the cabinet.3. Use a power strip inside the cabinet so all cables and cords are contained inside the cabinet. You will then only need to deal with a single power cord emerging from the cabinet.The cabinet in this photo fits the bill. Beautiful on all sides and plenty of room for components, cables, a power strip and cords. By keeping it no taller than is necessary it defines the TV and dining areas without dividing the room.Tip: Floor-mounted electrical outlets are your friend. If you are installing a new outlet, place it right under the cabinet, and allow space under the cabinet for the plugs because they will stick up from the outlet a couple inches. Create an access panel in the bottom of the cabinet so you can reach the plug.

        shawngauthier
        Shawn Gauthier added this to Instant Living SpacesApr 28, 2011

        Dividers are also great spots to stick a flat-screen TV. It’s nice that the TV is unseen from the kitchen and dining area; it also keeps those sitting in the living room faced toward the middle of the space and involved in any activity.

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to Take a Spin in a Swivel ChairJan 30, 2011

        These large, somewhat clunky chairs atop such small perches seem like a juxtaposition, but that's what makes them so interesting.

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