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Thursday, September 18, 2008

I know my answer

Flat screen televisions on easels - yes or no?

18 comments:

Kate said...

NOOOOOOOOOO!

Debi said...

yeah - not working for me. Especially with children in the house - it probably wouldn't last more than 5 minutes...same with pets..

...love Maegan said...

I COULD work, I just don't really like it in this room. it looks too heavy.

Alicia B Blogs said...

Oh. No. They're equating that flatscreen to a work of art! OH TERRIBLE!

sherri said...

hell no.

sherri said...

p.s. I will have something for you shortly to pick up over at my place. dress casual and swing by later.

Raina said...

Rrrroawr!

Leigh said...

groan.
that would be a "no WAY"

The Nerdy Fashionista said...

NO x infinity.

Robin said...

- It seems very purposefully ironic.
- It also seems like an accident waiting to happen, those things are heavy.
- Why would you pay all that money and then compromise the quality of the picture by viewing it at an upward angle? They are meant to be viewed straight on, perpendicular to the floor.

I suppose I could have just answered "no" but I have insomnia again and it makes me verbose.

Raina said...

Excellent point about the angle issue, Robin.

Cristin said...

Um. No. I give Graham 5 minutes to send that expensive TV crashing to the floor.
And it just looks stupid.

erin@designcrisis said...

There are many things about that space that rate a definitive NO. The tv is just one of them.

hello gorgeous said...

Oh, good god, no.

please sir said...

Ehh..yeah seems like an accident waiting to happen and just out of place. Maybe because the TV is so heavy and black. Not really feeling it.

karly / design crisis said...

i haven't even read the other comments yet:

NOOOOOO

Raina said...

I love a consensus.

Lu said...

No. It's very strange.