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1st home cinema system...

Discussion in 'Members' Home Cinema Gallery' started by Harpo8, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. joshwa2k

    joshwa2k Member

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    Hi there,

    Love what you have done with the room. If only my other half would allow a nice bold colour like your green... she's not brave enough.

    Can I ask where the cabinets either side of the chimney stack came from, model etc.? I was originally looking for something to go under the TV in place of the fire but they work really well either side.

    Thanks,
  2. matty harding

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    Hi mate looks fantastic!! I'm in the middle of a similar project myself... Where did you get that fire from if you don't mind my asking?, and how much was did you pay for it?..I too want a flush with wall electric fire but am struggling to find one under my £500 budget?! :(
  3. bravogolf

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    Wow, lovely. The fake fireplace is lovely, very well finished.
  4. matty harding

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    "fake fire"?...
  5. numanoid

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    Loving this, did we ever find out the color of the green? I'm wanting the same color
  6. rio1981

    rio1981 Active Member

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    Pretty much the same setup as I'm looking for in the front room (truth be told, minus the green!) - does anyone know what fire's used in this install?

    I've been looking for a frameless electric fire - which to be honest will only be used to look pretty - and the cost is a bit prohibitive. Any ideas?
  7. Avalon One

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    You have good taste! Your wall paper and choice of green are near identical to what I have only in reverse (paper on the fake chimney and paint in the alcoves).

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