Posted on Mon Apr 30 2018
This cabinet was custom made to house a large, flat screen TV. The frame is built from reclaimed douglas fir boards that were then finished in clear shellac (a penetrating finish that has a matte/satin look, not glossy). The 'frame' for the television is a lightly silver painted picture molding. The inside is lined with dark stained burlap (which then hides the speaker cut-outs, 1 on each side and 1 center bottom). The TV is not included, though the mount could be if you need one. This TV is 49" wide (52" screen). The inside of the silver frame measures 60" wide x 37" tall. There's a lower section that can house all of your equipment, which is also easy to run wires from through the back. It measures 19.5" deep x 7.5" tall. All of this sits on heavy cast iron wheels, so the cabinet can easy be moved around or rotated if necessary. And now for the best part! The front doors are made from the same reclaimed wood that frames antique tin ceiling panels, old paint and rust included. These doors then rotate and fold 270 degrees so that they can sit along the side of your cabinet. Overall dimensions are 69" wide, 21" deep, 60" tall. The doors are about 17" wide, and that's the space on either side of the cabinet you'll need to fold them flat against it.