DIY Flat-Screen TV Frame

 

frame a tv tutorial

RONA shows you how to frame your flat-screen television with this wonderful tutorial!

Flat-Screen Frame Tutorial

Simple, too…can you believe this project took less than one hour!?

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14 comments:

  1. Umm.....I FRIGGIN' love this!!!! Can't wait to have the hubs put it together!!! ;)

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  2. That's great! I wonder though, how they dealt with the power cord and any cables?

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  3. with the flat screens you can install a faceplate in the wall behind them that runs the power and cables up higher on the wall... its easier to do with new construction but can be added in if you are handy.

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  4. Wow. That is super awesome. Gorgeous.

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  5. Wow that is amazing!! I SO want to do that! Thanks for sharing! xo

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  6. love it. I wish I had a wall-mount flat screen just so I could do this :)

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  7. This is amazing:) Sandra H

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  8. that is just beautiful.

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  9. I so LOVE this! And I also wish we actually had a flat screen and a wall mount to do this... my hubby(who doesn't deal with decor much) doesn't dig it... I don't get it... but I think IF we actually had a flat screen I could talk him into it! :) I soooo love it!

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  10. I have heard that these are wonderful but for right now I use a regular floor lamp. It doesnt give the best light for my embroidery but I do the best I can.

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  11. I just emailed the company posting this idea. Please, please be VERY careful if you do this. Read the below:

    I'm writing in reference to the article on your site at this url: http://www.rona.ca/project/~make-picture-frame-for-flat-screen-tv-61595_renovation

    You do realize that even flat screen televisions need appropriate ventilation, right? Creating a frame around a television like this would reduce ventilation to nearly non-existant. At best, you'd be looking at taking years off the life of your TV, as heat shortens the lifespan of the electronic components. At worst, you could be looking at a fire hazard.

    I'd recommend you address this in your article.

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  12. My husband (a qualified remodeler) put this idea to work in my bedroom & I LOVE IT!! Thanks for the post!

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  13. I love this! My son already hid my cords in the wall not to complicated :) My TV puts off almost no heat but it's a LED I guess it depends on what type of flat screen TV you have. I am going to try this. Thank you for sharing!

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  14. The tutorial link isn't working. I guess they took it down.

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