Anyone recognize this tv stand?

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  1. poetic_hustla

    poetic_hustla OT doctor crew

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    I saw this at a condo I looked at a while ago.. and can't figure out where it is from. I really like it and want something similar to it but haven't had luck yet... any input is appreciated

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    it looks OK imo. i wouldnt pay more than 300 for it tho.
     
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    I told myself I wouldn't get anything from IKEA but I took the plunge. This setup costs me less than 300 dollars.

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    Damn those wires are ugly. I need to do something about that.
     
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    I like it. Why not put the tv in the middle though?
     
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    That would drive me nuts with the TV to one side. :hsd:
     
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    Putting wall shelves next to it. It's still in progress.
     
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    MichelleAnna let it be

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    i know glade sells those easy to remove wall adhesives that you can run wires through. or you can use a bigger wire cover since it will be hidden behind the unit.
     
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    Thanks for the advice. I am planning to wall mount the TV as well.
     
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    MichelleAnna let it be

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    ohh, then you might wanna just run the wires through the wall
    i tried to wall mount mine, but it was too damn hard
     
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    It's not too bad. I mounted my TV up in the bedroom. I just moved to this place so it's still in progress.

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