Kiss Your TV Stand Goodbye

We recently designed and installed a custom bookcase with built-in cabinets (below) for a model home in Daphne, Alabama. They look beautiful and create a wonderful focal point in the room. 

Built-in cabinets can be the perfect alternative to the tradition entertainment center. Take a look at some of the inspiration we've found.


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photo credit Timberland Cabinetry


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6 comments (Add your own)

1. Gregory wrote:
It's so bizarre here in Silicon Valley. All of the ofcife space built at the end of the tech bubble sits vacant, weeds growing in the parking lots, and "For Sale or Lease" signs out front. Tech jobs are not coming back (except in India), nor is there any more commercial construction. Yet all of the big homebuilders are working furiously building new, expensive homes. Take, for example, the thousands of homes in the Rivermark Santa Clara development priced in the 700K to 1.2M range, and they are selling like hotcakes, believe me. However, one observes that many of the homes in Rivermark are dark all day and night. And one wonders if these residences, like their commercial brethren, will be sprouting weeds and "For Sale" signs in the near future.

Mon, August 13, 2012 @ 1:03 PM

2. Ram wrote:
Danny Kennedy, supporter of Tom Elliot, warns aginsat breaking ties with Tories following unsuccessful link-up at last election The Ulster Unionist party should maintain some links to the Tories, a key ally of leadership contender Tom Elliot has told the Guardian. Newry and Armagh UUP assembly member Danny Kennedy warned aginsat breaking all ties with the Conservatives, following the two parties' unsuccessful electoral pact at the last general election. Kennedy said the UUP could return to an alliance with the Tories similar to that it kept between 1922 to 1972 when the Ulster Unionist MPS took the Conservative whip at Westminster. His remarks are in sharp contrast to the position of his leadership rival Basil McCrea, who at his campaign launch last week vowed to sever the connection with the Tories. McCrea and his supporters argue that the Conservative Ulster Unionist New Force alliance cost the UUP seats and votes in the last general election. The UUP lost its only sitting MP, Lady

Mon, August 13, 2012 @ 7:29 PM

3. Arjun wrote:
Wouldn't be a surprise at all to see power hunrgy ambitious people switch allegiances. IT's already been happening.I know of at least 2 former members of my university labour club who are a Tory candidates and A lister respectively. If I go back through my membership records (and I'm sad enough to have kept them), I'm sure I'd turn out a few more. This discounts people who were members of the Labour Club for political expediency (ie to vote for their mates) or out of a general interest in politics.If you were late teens or early twenties in 1997, you might have recognised that Labour were likely to win at least the next two elections and hence that your best chance of entering parliament would be to win as a Tory in 2009/2013 when you would be early to mid thirties.The main point about the LibDems is that they are oppositionalist - by that I mean they attract people who are not prepared to support the other main party and succeed by opposing everything and not having to back up their promises. I'm sure at present they are gaining switchers from the Tories where we are first and the LDs second in the same way as otherwise natural Labour voters voted to get the Tories out where we stood no chance in 1997.

Mon, August 13, 2012 @ 10:58 PM

4. Frank wrote:
Doctor Dunc, many of my friends who left the navy now work in enomrcefent. Some work privately, some for the police and customs. I know from personal experience of boarding vessels in our waters what is coming in.What I am being told is that the government has cut border security and as a result it now easier to smuggle people in. Once there in they are not being challenged because the police are over stretched.Just look at gun crime, where the hell of people buying these guns from? There coming over in the backs of lorries and boots of cars or in private boats etc.There has always been this problem but you know that this is getting a lot worse. Only the other week police raided a house about a mile from where I live and found romanian childred that are being groomed by criminals.It's one of those things most people don't see because it hidden away. But that doesn't make it ok. Just the same as it's not ok to sell things in shops that are made by child slaves. It appears that people in this country want cheap products, this keeps inflation down and preserves Browns miracle economy. We're returning to a Charles Dickens novel...dreadful.

Tue, August 14, 2012 @ 12:57 AM

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Tue, August 14, 2012 @ 11:47 PM

6. Khuram wrote:
was the 'no-hopers' bit. During the 'hours and hours of engagement with green acitivsts' I dont think you have been that genuine Kerry. That's honestly how you have come across to me.In debates with me (and some others I've seen) you all too often end up simply dismissing Greens and alternatives or pointing out the the 'practicalities' of compromise. I recall you've used the phrase 'preaching from the sidelines' to me as well as attempting to label me/others as unrealistic or hippy in attitude or belittling Greens as a small party. Clear examples are here on your blog, unless you've removed them.Your attitude in this posting instance is consistent with what I'm arguing. There is a pattern in your behaviour towards greens. You've not engaged genuinely with the substance of the two other commenters and end up using the term 'no-hopers'. You should withdraw it in my view. Hope is a key concept for socialists. I regard myself as a socialist.You've not said anything in response to my point about the history of the Labour Movement. There are 'small' socialist movements around the world - should they just give up and support whatever is established that is least objectionable to them?

Tue, October 30, 2012 @ 12:53 AM

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