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  • September 20, 2012

TheMegatronic
TheMegatronic
TheMegatronic
TheMegatronic

I built this for my parents when they got their first flat-panel TV. They wanted something smaller than what they had, but match the rest of the furniture they have. I used pine and wood tongue-and-groove wainscoting for the door panels.

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by TheMegatronic
Sep 20, 2012

I built this for my parents when they got their first flat-panel TV. They wanted something smaller than what they had, but match the rest of the furniture they have. I used pine and wood tongue-and-groove wainscoting for the door panels.