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TV or Computer in KItchen. Advice and Pics Please!

Posted by gwentm (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 27, 10 at 0:03

I am thinking about mounting a TV or computer monitor with TV capability to the wall in the kitchen. Would use that as a monitor for internet recipes and entertainment. Need advice on which way to go and how best accomplish ... where to put computer, wiring, keyboard,mouse etc.? I do not have a desk area.
If you have pictures of how you have used TV's/computers in your kitchen would love to see them. Are you happy with the way it worked out? What would you do differently the next time?


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RE: TV or Computer in KItchen. Advice and Pics Please!

i would get a small tv that can mount to the wall so it isn't in the way! flat screen of course!


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RE: TV or Computer in KItchen. Advice and Pics Please!

You can mount your laptop with TV card on a hinged shelf unit which closes into the wall. There are units like that already out there. They are so easy to make, I'm sure you could do it. If you want to spend a little extra money, you can get a touch screen that mounts to the wall. Some refrigerators now come with a TV option.


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