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Pics please how to store components

Posted by joanie212 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 23, 07 at 19:10

Kitchen is almost done, fireplace in, plasma is going above with limestone mantel and engineered slate on the bottom of the fireplace. We are having a dickens of a time on what to store our components in. Family room and kitchen are open and with new cherry cabs installed I really think there's enough cherry to go around. I'm thinking more of a built in with stone matching the fireplace and coordinating a wood box of the same stone on the opposite side of the fireplace. I have 42" to work with width wise and 40" high due to windows on either side of fireplace. Anyone do anything like this? Could you post pics? I also thought about modifying an actual furniture piece but haven't found anything yet. Please help!

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RE: Pics please how to store components

What did you end up doing?
I put cabs on each side of FP with components on one side but I am having heat issues---NOT from the FP but from the stacking of the components.

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