Interior Design

What Is This?

Still don’t know what it is? Then click on the photo for a larger version. Does that help? By the way, I’m not referring to the artwork by Scott Barber. But just in case you want to know, this piece is called 'Swell,' a Giclée print on Lysonic paper, first edition, October, 2004, limited to 500.
Still don’t know what it is? Then click on the photo for a larger version. Does that help? By the way, I’m not referring to the artwork by Scott Barber. But just in case you want to know, this piece is called ‘Swell,’ a Giclée print on Lysonic paper, first edition, October, 2004, limited to 500.

Designed by Charley McKenney and built by my contractor, Bert Watford, this contraption is not intended to cover up a giant hole or a bad plaster job, but is meant to conceal what most folks take great pride in displaying.

(above) And now you know.
(above) And now you know.
(above) Topp Robertson of M31 Inc. with his wife and partner Shannon set up my two flat screen televisions with a combination of hard wiring to the computer and wireless. Both sets of cable boxes and dvd players are now hidden inside a closet or cabinet and can be controlled with a remote pointed toward a button attached to the front of each display.
(above) Topp Robertson of M31 Inc. with his wife and partner Shannon set up my two flat screen televisions with a combination of hard wiring to the computer and wireless. Both sets of cable boxes and dvd players are now hidden inside a closet or cabinet and can be controlled with a remote pointed toward a button attached to the front of each display.

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