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Wow way to many tv s ... the one in the great room in the wrong spot above a chair ???
 
Posts: 380 | Registered: Oct 06, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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This a great home, WOW high tech with all the best gadgets, both for the entertaining sole to the fun foodie person, one can only dream...
 
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The TV in the living room can be electronically angled in any direction to be viewed in the living room. Check it out


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oh I see thanks ...
 
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The Great Room is not large enough. The many windows interfere with TV viewing in this situation.
The fireplace and esp the windows either side of it really drain the room of great tv viewing. The chair under the TV is a compromise of this configuration.
However, there is a fix. We do have a wide fireplace in our Great Room. The fireplace isn't located on an outer wall. No window areas are within the TV viewing arena. (The TV is close to the fireplace, not above it, just like the Smart Home setting in a 1780 square foot home.
Architects continue to make these great room designs fit too many functions, it seems?
 
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You can close the drapes to take the glare off the TV. It works remotely as well.


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LOVE the remote window treatments! I remember a couple years ago telling someone about the remote window treatments at a home improvement center I had seen advertised. He hadn't heard of them. Seriously....I know at least two windows that are a must....if I could only have two. This is an entire house, right?

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I agree. Love the remote windows, can put shade into the house in everyroom when glare remval is a must.


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Real Friends Believe in Your Dreams
 
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