wall mounted my tv in walk-in wardrobe...

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  1. oasisnut

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    hi chaps, just thought i would post some pics of my tv's.
    the first shots are of my 32" Sanyo CE32LD4BK-B wall mounted inside my walk-in wardrobes, A MIRROR SLIDES IN FRONT OF THE TV WHEN IAM NOT USING IT!. ( this mirror comes in very usful for watching 'other things':D :D :D ( its adjacent to the bed):D :D :D

    the second shots are of my sony bravia 's' series and sanyo DC-TS760 5.1 surround sound system, in my living room. i have remote control lights in my living room, for that cool cinema experience! might wall mount this tv at some point to, but would have to take down the massive mirror above the fireplace.

    hope these work....

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  2. dickst3

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    Looks like you have a nice, stylish pad there James :smashin:

    One thing I don't see how that is a "walk in wardrobe"? :D
     
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    the 2 panels with grey lines on slide open and you go into the wardrobe!
     
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    very cool :cool:
     
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    really chuffed with the tv in the bedroom.
    but the bravia in the living room looks a bit 'standard'.
    might remove the big mirror and wall mount it, its just a lot of work.:mad: especially when you have to get it re-plastered and then you find out you need access to the SCART socket on the back!!!!!!!!!!:suicide: :D
     
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    i agree it is a lot of work, but well worth it imho :)

    oh, how i regret sending a sky signal to my bedroom using RF cable! its a humungous amount of work to replace it with something of better quality :(
     
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    Nice setup Jamespickles - especially the bedroom - its very close to what im "trying" to achieve! One question tho - where is that peice of artwork from?
     
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    Stunning pad m8, have u got anymore pics of the place its insperational
     
  9. oasisnut

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    i bought a canvas........ and threw a load of paint on it.
    simple, jackson pollack eat yer heart out!
     
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    another bedroom...
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    kitchen...
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    diningroom
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  11. oasisnut

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    might wall mount a tv in the dining room aswell, just for the laugh.
    only problem is the tv in the dining room will be better than the one in the living room. ya just cant keep up!
     
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    nice 1 m8, u have a great tast for decoration and design:thumbsup:
     
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    I HOPE SO..... IAM A GRAPHIC DESIGNER!!!!:thumbsup:
     
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    nice, i thought u would be in that busines some how, u can come and do my house lol
     
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    worst thing is, we have ...( the old ball and chain has) just bought a kitten... oh how it loves to mess the place up!:suicide:
    bloody funny watching it on the livingroom floor though... its like an ice skating rink!!
     
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    Nice pad. Did you clean up before you took the photos? Its just the place looks like a show house. Doesn't look lived in. More of a house than a home.
     

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