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Entertainment Center Elevations....Please help decide.......

Posted by JeannieMer (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 8, 11 at 23:09

Hi, I need advice on which of these two elevations at the below link is preferred and why? Should i consider Option #3 [your submission]. Please submit pictures too!

Here is a link that might be useful: Entertainment Center ELEVATION DRAWINGS


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RE: Entertainment Center Elevations....Please help decide.......

I'm not sure what advice you are looking for, but 2 windows or 3 windows - it's up to you.

Also, I don't know how anybody is suppose to submit pictures... of your house?


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RE: Entertainment Center Elevations....Please help decide.......

BELOW is the currently decided upon elevation for the entertainment center. Should we include the CENTER shelving above the TV, or add another window that is quite close to our neighbors house? Anyone have picture of beautifully decorated shelves above a TV?

Anyone with advice on if this is not workable, or we could do better, please comment! THANK YOU!!!!

FINAL Cabinets-television


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RE: Entertainment Center Elevations....Please help decide.......

No shelves no window, bare wall.


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RE: Entertainment Center Elevations....Please help decide.......

I think more than two isn't suitable for room.


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RE: Entertainment Center Elevations....Please help decide.......

closed doors that can slide in on sides. I always love the clean lines of not showing the tv.


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