|Forum topic by ChunkyC||posted 01-01-2011 03:42 AM||2212 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-01-2011 03:42 AM
I need to remodel my basement and now is a good a time as any to add a built-in cabinet at one end to house my TV. The space is 15’ wide about about 7-1/2’ high. I had some free time this evening so I through together a concept drawing in AutoCAD.
The side cabinets are each 3-1/2’ wide and the center section is roughly 8’ wide, both 16” deep. The three base cabinets are 27” high and 22” deep.
The problem that I have is where to put the TV equipment? As you can see, I’ve got raised panel doors all along the bottom. With raise panels doors, the IR isn’t going to get through through them so I need something else. The TV is wireless so I don’t have to worry about any cables running up to the TV unit, other than the power cord which I have installed an outlet behind the TV to hide that.
One idea that I had was to make the two lower centers one cabinet and leaving it open but I wasn’t sure if it would make it look strange.
All thoughts and comments are welcome and encouraged.
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