Cherry Entertainment Center

comments (0) June 3rd, 2009 in Reader's Gallery

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Fluted columns are used to enhance each side of the cabinets
Trim moulding finishes the top of the cabinets

Built-in cherry entertainment center. Metal grilles in the doors allow for ventilation for the electronics in the left cabinet and the subwoofer is enclosed in the right cabinet. The cabinets are constructed with plywood and solids. Beaded veneer plywood is used for the backs of the bookcases. The area above the fireplace houses a 52" flat panel television. The overall dimension of the unit is 14ft x 10 ft high. Due to the size of the unit it could not be assembled until it was installed in the home making planning a lot of fun.


Design or Plan used: My own design

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