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First, begin by tracing the outline of the TV stand onto the wall.
Screw the metallic C-Studs onto the wall.
Assemble the metallic structure using the Kinook blocks and metallic C-studs.

Install the panels (here 6mm medium)

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Note: The necessary cable conduits and all the cabling have been installed beforehand

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Assemble structure as you go along and screw in the panels to strengthen the construction.

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For

the upper shelves, start with the vertical panels

 to guarantee a solid base for the horizontal shelves.
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Once the structure is finished, band the edges. Here we have used 6 cm wide MDF slats. An aluminum foot serves as a solid support for the long horizontal shelf.

- We have also used plasterboard (6mm thick) for some of the panels.
- The structure is not screwed into the floor, as with this type of construction the TV stand will be sufficiently stable once finished .

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Plug the holes with wood filler, sand then apply a finishing compound before painting.
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Construction Details

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The lower central box structure is created with the help of two long Kinook blocks and a short lenght of C-stud which have been screwed into the existing structure as shown below.
A space between the wall and the shelves is left to allow cable management.

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A LEDs strip has been installed along the fringes of the TV stand

inside a plastic slat. The slat hides the LEDs and their power cables.


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Required Kinook blocks:


See also

Scandinavian style TV stand


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Room divider furniture


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