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post #676 of 2411
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What are you solutions for remote control storage? I'd like them both hidden away, yet convenient to access. Whatever is holding them had better be good looking.

"I do not watch television," is not a valid answer.
post #677 of 2411
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

No, it's bitchin'. It even has an elevator with breasted doors, but no closet.

I was in awe myself. I almost forgot to ask about taking off my shoes.
post #678 of 2411
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

What are you solutions for remote control storage? I'd like them both hidden away, yet convenient to access. Whatever is holding them had better be good looking.

"I do not watch television," is not a valid answer.

In a drawer in my end table.
post #679 of 2411
Thread Starter 
Okay, we clearly were not smart enough to pick a side table with a drawer or built-in storage. So, good thought, but the train has already left the station.

Next, please.
post #680 of 2411
Under the couch cushion?
post #681 of 2411
Thread Starter 
Why stop there? How about in the cushion?
post #682 of 2411
My son likes to hide remotes. When we were in CA in april he hid my mother's remote and she didn't find it until two weeks after we left.
post #683 of 2411
Sounds like my kinda guy!
post #684 of 2411
I do not watch television*












*in hockey's off season. Dexter is a cool show too.
post #685 of 2411
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post

What are you solutions for remote control storage? I'd like them both hidden away, yet convenient to access. Whatever is holding them had better be good looking.

"I do not watch television," is not a valid answer.
Why do you need them hidden away? Can't you line them up neatly on your coffee table? Maybe even stencil outlines of the remotes on the coffee table (use something that can be changed, like colorforms type vinyl) to serve as remote "docks" or parking spaces. THat will be making a statement about the purposefulness of having your remotes on the table.
Is your TV hidden?
post #686 of 2411
Edited.

Dammit, Piob, read through the whole thread before you reply.
post #687 of 2411
My father just bought an 80" TV and had this insanely beautiful bookcase built around it and such. While it looks impressive I have issues when somebody's family room, or living room has a television as the focal point of the room. Mind you my father already has a home theater setup in the basement with theater chairs and all of that nonsense.
post #688 of 2411
I would not suggest foo getting a TV larger than him.
post #689 of 2411
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My father just bought an 80" TV and had this insanely beautiful bookcase built around it and such. While it looks impressive I have issues when somebody's family room, or living room has a television as the focal point of the room. Mind you my father already has a home theater setup in the basement with theater chairs and all of that nonsense.

I want one of those flatscreens that looks like a large mirror when turned off.

Foo, are wall mirrors ConTrad?
post #690 of 2411
Well, the good thing about my father's set up is that the bookcase slides over to hide the TV and the entire wall looks like a library.
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