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I don't have a tv niche, but that looks really cool.
 
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Always & others, more ideas found here...

http://blog.purehome.com/2011/...rating-the-tv-niche/
 
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For those who which to conceal the tv niche...

http://theinspiredroom.net/201...above-the-fireplace/


http://theinspiredroom.net/201...and-disguising-a-tv/

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