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Old 09-04-2018, 05:35 PM   #1
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Removed bedroom tv

We don't watch tv in bed, and it didn't work so out the old crt beast came. What have others done with the space? a lot of storage ideas I am sure; let's hear them. THX TB
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We removed ours which was an old tube type. Purchased two doors from an RV Salvage site in Montpelier, Indiana. They were unfinished. I added henges and latches. Easy to match finish. Now have a large deep storage cabinet big enough for extra pillows, sheets and blankets.
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Our cabinet now holds linens and "the library," which are books we carry. Old school, I know. I installed a ventilated shelf in the cabinet. I am looking for an alternative location for the books, as the linens seem to take up more space than anticipated.
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We don't watch tv in bed, and it didn't work so out the old crt beast came. What have others done with the space? a lot of storage ideas I am sure; let's hear them. THX TB
We finished the inside of the cavity with matching wood. Put in a shelf and then bought six matching "baskets" to hold our socks, undies excess toiletries, etc.. Easy to get to, no doors to swing or slide, no hassle.

We "picture framed" the hole with similar wood so it all looks finished.
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This is the front tv, you could do the same but use a cabinet door instead of a flat screen tv for the access door.
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This is the front tv, you could do the same but use a cabinet door instead of a flat screen tv for the access door.
I mounted an oscillating fan and Himalayan salt lamp in the space.
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When we threw out the CRT & put a LED TV on the wall above the window, we could use that space for storing the remotes, nightstand clocks, fire extinguisher & the library of DVD's for the bedroom. Installed a small shelf on the top to hold the Blu-ray player.


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When we threw out the CRT & put a LED TV on the wall above the window, we could use that space for storing the remotes, nightstand clocks, fire extinguisher & the library of DVD's for the bedroom. Installed a small shelf on the top to hold the Blu-ray player.


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Yes. Since we wanted a DVD player for the bedroom plus still had to have a place to plug in the TV, we cut out for the receptacle when we put the paneling in the back.

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