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Jon Kenworthy
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Entertainment Center

Postby Jon Kenworthy » Mon, Aug 25 2008, 10:12AM

This is a job we did awhile back and recently got some finished pictures from the decorator. It was challenging in that it had a concrete floor and the beams in the ceiling and the cabinets went from floor to ceiling. The TV sits behind pocket doors and is on a pullout so when the doors are closed they match the doors on the left.
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Re: Entertainment Center

Postby Joe Dusel » Fri, Sep 05 2008, 10:08PM

Nice rendering!

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Re: Entertainment Center

Postby Peter Walsh » Sun, Sep 07 2008, 11:19AM

Jon,
This is right up my alley since I build libraries. You've done a fine job here of adding unique design elements to make the whole effect very engaging. This is a job to be proud of and make potential buyers want to have one just like it.
I notice the long span on many of the shelves. Looks like quite a bit more that 32-35". What thickness did you use for the shelf material?
Also, I can't quite tell from the pix, does the TV cab have doors that retract?
Nice job.
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Re: Entertainment Center

Postby Jon Kenworthy » Mon, Sep 08 2008, 2:51PM

Joe, the above picture was an actual completed job picture by the designer, here is the E-cabinets presentation that I put together for the client. Awesome, huh. :lol:
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Peter, the center span is close to 60 inches. We used 3/4 in. alder plywood with a 1 3/4 in face frame, then we put some 1 in. steel under the shelf, right behind the face frame to support the extra length. The TV has sliding pocket doors and is on a sliding tray so when the TV is retracted and the doors closed it matches the cabinet on the left. Jon


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