Family Room Wall Unit

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James Melvin
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Postby James Melvin » Sun, Sep 17 2006, 12:51PM

Hey Rick
Yes, only the doors on 45 degree angles are functional. All the doors on these \"corner units\" were added as display objects. The cab on the left side has most of its apparent storage space occupied by that darned chimney. On the right side, the storage space is deeper but stops about 12 \" short of the back wall because of needing a chase for electrical stuff. I may post a few more photos so some other details become more obvious.

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A few more shots of Wall unit

Postby James Melvin » Sun, Sep 17 2006, 1:16PM

My ego, having been duly stroked by all of your generous responses, has decided to post a few more images 8)
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Postby Peter Walsh » Sun, Sep 17 2006, 2:48PM

James,
Very nice piece of work and a great addition to your portfolio!
Using the stair steps as a gauge (looks like they are unchanged) I can clearly see the depth of the cabinetry and how it hid the fireplace.
Without a \"before\" and \"after\" pix I don't think anyone could picture what it looked like before you did your magic.
Peter


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