Old palette TV stand

June 27th, 2010 in member junk     
Funky_Junk_Donna Funky_Junk_Donna, member
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The TV weight is sitting on 2x4s, placed underneath the glass. Finding the perfect wood height was critical for this to work.
A piece of glass was loosely placed on top of the palette to create a fun display case for... more junk of course. :)
Because the glass is a loose fit, the display case can be easily changed out.
The scale of this palette was simply perfect for this TV size.
All three leg support aprons are different for more of an eclectic flavor. (you can see them in more detail on my blog)
The leg height of the stand was fabricated to work with the two authentic crates stashed below, which holds movies and music. The palette stand is right at home in my eclectic environment.
The TV weight is sitting on 2x4s, placed underneath the glass. Finding the perfect wood height was critical for this to work.

The TV weight is sitting on 2x4's, placed underneath the glass. Finding the perfect wood height was critical for this to work.


An old palette I had on hand became the perfect sized TV stand for my small flatscreen TV. The two openings fit the two components perfectly! I simply filled in the spaces where extra wood was needed, added legs and it was done.

This palette was cool in the fact that it had a ledge on top that allowed for a display case. I left the wood in it's natural state for that crate appearance us junkers so love. :)

 

You can see the build of this project HERE.

Donna

Funky Junk Interiors


Pattern or design used: My own design - Funky Junk Interiors
posted in: member junk, vintage, funky, furniture, whimsical, living room, antiques, display case, TV stand, palette, old wood

Comments (6)

chippingcharm writes: Saw this yesterday and couldn't stop thinking about it...such a great idea! Laurel Posted: 7:58 am on June 29th
junkermidge writes: I LOVE your t.v. stand. I especially love how the boards form the perfect space for the equipment. You have such great vision for junk!
Midge Posted: 8:14 pm on June 28th
JunkArchitect writes: Wow! Funky Donna, you sure are the busy little junker. This is such cool shadowbox table. Your stone mantle is awesome too.

Jim
Posted: 8:05 pm on June 28th
RustyDiva writes: I'm so glad you're posting your projects. I've really enjoyed all your ideas! This is awesome. Posted: 11:02 am on June 28th
BillyJo writes: That is a real supper Idea. Ill have to show my daughter too. I love shadowboxes BillyJo Posted: 9:09 pm on June 27th
MakinItHappen writes: Your work is just astounding! Beautiful! Posted: 2:55 pm on June 27th
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