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Old 05-10-2009, 02:56 PM   #16
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Entainment center - ceiling differs 1.25" inches side to side - what to do?


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Nice job. I like it.

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The biggie is my wife is happy with it - and we all know the importance of this!
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nice job, crown too.
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Paint done, doors on, wires hidden.
Still have the TV to mount to the wall/center of the TV area.

Thanks everyone for all the excellent help!!
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are there plans for the open ends? it looks 'unfinished' to me.
or is that just the way the cat gets behind it to play?

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Paint done, doors on, wires hidden.
Still have the TV to mount to the wall/center of the TV area.

Thanks everyone for all the excellent help!!
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Hello Vince,

I think that it looks GREAT. Fantastic job. I have become quite a fan of built-ins lately.
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are there plans for the open ends? it looks 'unfinished' to me.
or is that just the way the cat gets behind it to play?

DM

The openings at the ends of the base are there due to the fixed sized cabinets not filling the space exactly. The openings are closed at the back (yes, to keep the cats from going there ) and have a shelf to go in there. Outfitted with nick nacks it looks fine.
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