ONE MORE IDEA
A stock kitchen cabinet is cleverly transformed into a cozy window seat and handy cover for electronics.
Lauren and Robert Shaver devised an inexpensive way to deal with the clutter of electronics near the TV— and created a cozy seat for reading and relaxing, right.
1 STOCK CABINET
The Shavers started with a bridge cabinet (typically used above a refrigerator or range). Installed next to the fireplace, it hides their TV receiver and other equipment, inset bottom. Aluminum sheets replace wood panels in front to allow the remote controls to work with the doors closed. Two fans inside the cabinet keep electronics cool.
2 CORD CONTROL
Cord covers guide the wiring from a cutout in the cabinet to the TV above the fireplace.
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