Any ideas on what to do with this wall to house a 60 inch tv (my husband insists on). This one on the stand is going away and we'll be buying a new one. It's a new house and the plan is to buy a console or wall unit, then rug (that one is ugly) then tall panel drapes I feel like since the room is so light a wall unit could seem to heavy. But a console might leave so much open space above the tv. Any ideas on what would look best? I do not have an eye for decorating and am at a
lost. Behind the tv is a kitchen with cream cabinets and a cherry island. Thanks for your help.
Commented on Jun 28, 2012
then you could do some built in shelves around that.
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Commented on Jun 04, 2012
I would suggest that anyone that has a question about if there deck is safe or not should
spend the money for a home inspector to come out and look it over,Also it would be wise to install a second beam at the house side with support post as an added measure of safety,It is usually the ledger board that rots and lets go,causing the deck to collapse.It is also improper installation of the ledger board not having the proper flashing to keep water out.
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Commented on May 04, 2012
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