|Build a large Television Cabinet with pocket doors with these detailed plans. This armoire style media storage case looks good open or closed. Cabinet has a spot for the TV, a long shelf, and two bottom shelves you can use to house a DVD, VHS, game, stereo, speakers, surround sound, cable box or other audio visual electronic component. Best of all, the pocket doors tuck in when open to maximize space and provide an unobstructed view of the television. When closed, the doors keep things out of sight when company comes.
Features: Large design will accommodate a TV that measures up to 33in. wide by 33in. tall. Plans call for maple wood, but oak, pine or birch work equally well. Doors utilize readily available pocket hardware for simplicity and ease of construction - the doors open out and slide back in along the sides with this system. Three storage area under the TV shelf.
Size: Size: 60 in. tall by 42 in. wide by 22 in. deep.
Plans Include: Detailed step-by-step instructions, full-size traceable patterns (where needed), in-progress photos, exploded diagrams and complete materials lists, cutting schedules and plywood layouts. Design uses pocket door hardware for simplicity.
Skill Level: Moderate to advanced woodworking skills required.