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DVD - storage??

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by Bone Daddy, Aug 5, 2002.

  1. Bone Daddy

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    O.K. now we have every poll under the sun on which way we store/watch/fondle/them - the question is what is the storage shelf/etc that you favour.
    I used an old storage 6 shelf thing from ages ago,cut down to just over the width of a dvd and painted it is the perfect storage facility,only trouble they don`t do this one anymore so am searching for something nice,not keen on all those metal/chrome/glass/etc - just something nice - kinda old`ish wood looking - floor standing or maybe wall mounted(might be cool,going horizontially :rolleyes: ) - any helpers please.
     
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    I suppose personal preference is one way of doing it, but fashion is important! I had my DVD shelves especially made by a local firm - they are black and red, right up to the minute like ;)
     
  3. Ian J

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    Nike Swish,

    Your pronouncements are a load of hemispheroids. I would have thought that your colour scheme would have been more a light brown to match the colour of the stone under which you live.
     
  4. Bone Daddy

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    Oouucchh!!
     
  5. Bone Daddy

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    O.K. 130 views and only 1 reply - what are you people using to store your discs on??,or is everyone just stacking them on the floor apart from the swoosh"2000 don`t you know" boy on his custom jobs,c`mon Squirrel etc and all you 500+ disc people - let me know.
     
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    Try the Argos catalogue or the website,not the prettiest things in the world but can hold upto 108 single discs and on a rotating base for only £20.

    875/1186 in beech
    875/0448 in mahog
     
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    No, it isn't.
     
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    Large pine bookcase from Homebase.
     
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    Some crappy bookshelves I put up myself....
    No hold on ... they're all over the floor now
     
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    Using some big tall black shelves from Ikea at the moment but want to get something else to hold DVDs/VHS/Dreamcast games in. Haven't found anything yet but it might be glass shelves to match my coffee table and other new furniture my girlfriend wants - all glass based, although I'm the one who wants a Sonus AV stand ;) - silly prices but look very nice.
     
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    had a similar problem with my CD's.

    In the end abandoned shelving etc and got a sony 400 disk cd-changer & put all the cases in the loft.

    Works for me.
     
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    Mahogany cabinet with storage at each end for dvd's, with leaded light doors, these are seperated buy a compartment in the middle with an adjustable shelf on which my dvd player is sat, underneath are the sky and cable boxes, also have a stacking unit in mahogany which houses the amp and video with storage at the bottom for the dvd's, also has a leaded light door. Both units match and look very swish. :D

    My cd's are in an upright racking system with an uplighter on top.

    Majority of my videos are in cardboard boxes, but some still on diy shelves. :D
     
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    Billy bookshelf (Ikea) with frosted glass doors and shelf lighting. Nice...or at least I think so
     
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    My old VHS-tapes (about 200), CDs (about 120), MiniDiscs (about 300) and DVDs (about 100) are stuffed in 2 old cupboards on bent shelves...
    Been planning to get something half-decent from Ikea for ages though...

    - Tom -
     

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