TV Wall Unit - Version I in Black/Red/Williams Pine

Emporium Custom

TV Wall Unit - Version I in Black/Red/Williams Pine

The perfect piece just for you

This bespoke item was designed and built especially for a customer. With the drawings on file, we can easily adapt the design, or promptly begin production on another.

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At 99" wide x 86" tall, this is a strikingly large piece. Originally, we designed and built it for a client. As we worked through the design we gave a lot of thought to the layout and dimensions of the compartments. Our client had his wall unit painted red and it looked great. We liked it so much that we made one for the store. Shown here, painted black over red and distressed.

• Outside Dimensions: 99"W x 18.5"D x 86"T
• TV Space: 53.5"W x 36"W
• Lower Unit: 24"T
Finish
• Interior Finish: Williams Pine.
• Exterior Finish: Vintage Black Over Red.
• Additional finishes available.

Construction
• Custom designed in house.
• Design variations available.
• Two piece unit, lower available separately.
• Hand built from solid pine.
• Mortise and tenon joinery.
• 1/2" bead detail.
• Solid pine back.

This item is available for special order. Please allow 7-9 weeks for delivery.

• No charge basic delivery to Ottawa destinations.
• Premium white glove delivery available.
• Out of town delivery available.
• Long distance shipping available.

We designed and built this piece especially for a customer. With the drawings on file, we can promptly begin production on another.

From final approval until delivery, we require 7-9 weeks for a custom build. For variations on this design, please call or read here about our custom furniture service.

 
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Of Note

From The Inside Out

Beginning with the television, we designed this piece from the inside out. As built, there was one inch of space on the top and sides of the television, between the outside of the TV and the frame of the cabinet. The upper case is 13"deep at the interior. The television fit perfectly flush. No new TV is 13" front-to-back, but we had to account for the stand. The depth of the lower cabinet was defined by the depth of the largest component.

Adjustable Shelves

Naturally, we made all of the shelving adjustable. This just keeps everything as flexible as possible. Books, DVDs, decoration, collections, family pictures, devices - this piece will quite gracefully accommodate any and all of it. Notice the system for adjusting the shelves. A slotted rail and peg. Simple, easy and sturdy.

Lower Unit Sold Separately

A somewhat more lightweight solution, some folks prefer a console over a wall unit. The lower unit is available separately. Seen here, it's got an applied moulding on the top. This allows the upper case to nest into the lower just so, adds a little visual interest and disguises the joint between them.

Full Extension Drawers

A wood-on-wood drawer box is pretty great. But for heavy items or for easy access - all the way to the back of the drawer - full extension guides can be a nice alternative. This hardware is heavy duty and has a "positive stop", so that when they're closed, they snap closed. It's a nice action.

Raised Panel Doors

This is a raised panel door. The door frame itself is mortised together from four separate pieces, with a floating panel in the center. This panel is shaped to give it a raised look, hence the name. Also, the frame components are chamfered for another layer of interest. Generally, a frame and penal door won't warp like a single board.

Hand Rubbed finish

The rubbed finish does a couple of interesting things. With a solid black piece, any sense of relief can get lost in shadow. The worn finish softens this effect and helps to highlight the construction details. One might not even notice from ten feet away, but a little closer up and the depth of character reveals itself. It's also a device for subtly layering in an additional colour. Repeated elsewhere in a room and this can be a secondary colour to an overall palette.

How can we help? tel: (613) 563-1046 e-mail: hello@theemporium.com