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Building a Custom Plasma Cabinet for the Perfect Space

No two plasma cabinets are the same.  Every time we build one for
a client the cabinets need to accommodate completely different
components, plasmas sizes and an amazing host of unusual objets d'art.
This is one of our house favorites: the mid-town plasma console which
can be built in reclaimed lumber (mostly Douglas Fir ) poplar, mahogany
or whatever our clients request.

This particular plasma console was built out of poplar and finished in
a light brandy glaze with a satin lacquer top coat. The hardware we
used was purchased from Robert at Mother of Pearl in Studio City.
If you're looking for unique high quality hardware and expert advice
speak with Robert ( )

The client wanted two pullout shelves for DVDs but I wonder how
much longer these will exist. Lets see...since my beginnings of consuming
media, we've seen records, 8 tracks, tapes, laser disks and stuff I can't
remember that has become obsolete.

We used 3/4" inset euro hinges and full extension Accuride glides
with a 75 pound rating. Old school technology is heavy duty.

For 21 years we have been building custom one of a kind furniture in
our Los Angeles factory. If you're finding it difficult to find that perfect
piece of furniture,  give us a call or stop by and we will design your
next family heirloom.

Thanks from the crew at Mortise and Tenon

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