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    TV stand

    Hi,

    Just finished this stand for our TV nook. No real plans... it just kinda came together based on the height of our components and the size of the nook. It was my first time doing a long board glue-up and it seemed to work out pretty well.

    It is all solid cherry that I planed and jointed with exception of the cherry ply for the side panels.

    I finished the cabinet above the stand a few months ago. It is a ply casing with cherry trim and paneled doors. European style hidden hinges.

    For perspective, the nook is 4.5' wide by 7.5' tall.

    I know this doesn't quite measure up to some of your great projects out there but I certainly enjoy watching my TV a bit more now!
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    Don Taylor is offline Former Member (by the member's request)
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    A Perfect fit Dan.

    I love the simplicity.
    It just so happens I am looking for ideas on a TV stand these days.

    Beautiful work

    Thank you for sharing with us.

    DT

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    Dan very nice work, It’s really has a beautiful Finish, What did you on it?
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    Nicely don Dan. Nicely done.
    Can't wait till I have a big screen so I can build one like it. Hmmm..... I wonder if I build the stand if it will be a good reason to go out and buy the TV?
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    Looks real good, Dan. Nice, simple, and clean.
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    Thats a nice size tv, but next to that fireplace it looks small.

    Very nice work.

    Randy

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    Very nice work Dan, it fits the room well.
    Darren

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