How to Build a Wall-Hung TV Cabinet
From our new Hammer It Out series: Outfit Dad's favorite TV-watching spot with this handsome storage piece fitted with bifold doors
A large flat-screen television is a must for the big game, but a large black blank space on your wall isn't quite so captivating during dinner parties. You could, of course, hide your mammoth monitor in the den or basement. Or you could install it front and center, and cleverly conceal it behind a handsome cabinet fitted with bifold doors, as we did here. With a simple frame and doors cut down from a single bifold closet door, this cabinet is easy to assemble and costs far less than its store-bought counterparts.
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