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      1. Bifold door: Select a solid-wood bifold door. To determine the width you'll need, add about 4 inches to the width of your monitor and divide by 2. You'll need to round up to the nearest stock door size.

      2. 1x: Choose side boards wide enough to span from the wall just past the face of the TV, as it protrudes from the wall.

      3. 1x: Choose boards at least 2 inches wider than the boards used to make the frame's sides, to account for the thickness of the doors and the beveled overhang. 4. 1x4s to make the cleat and crosspiece. Get two 6-foot boards.

      5. Bifold door hinges to join the halves of each door once you cut it down. Reuse the three that come with your doors and get one more.

      6. Flush-door H hinges to attach the doors to the frame. Get four.

      7. 1½-inch screws