Do you have one, (or seen one being used ) and what colour frame looks good,Thoughts?(Might be against a white wall, or might be triple black white Resene, not sure)
We ordered one... Suppose to come march, but u know how things are here.
Got 50" frame tv
And a 40" Panasonic, not framed, for $3400
Its hubbies thing for the new house.
That's all he wanted, so not sure if that's a good deal or what... He said it was.
I was happy with any TV.
But will prob do white frame, as Marino walls (milky white) and have expensive monet pic on it
50 million then my friend!
I think the brown and beige will age quickly , and are too gimmicky . Having said that , I'd go for the white , BUT I have grape and dark duck egg and burnt orange walls haha . Against a white wall I'd probably go the black , but then looking at my main TV here , personally I'm more likely to go with a almost frameless TV in black or aluminium , but that's just me .
This may sound hypocritical -- I don't like Apple products ( or philosophy or pricing haha ) but in my office several years ago I changed all our grey and black framed monitors for 32" white ones ( and piano gloss black wireless keyboards ) because you know my views on boring -- but ironically it looks like we do use Apple products . I'm probably too OCD , but we had probably 10 or more different brands and styles and sizes of monitors -- we ( well , me haha ) wanted to look more planned and maybe edgy , so went for what was probably overkill , but we still have and use them .
Thank you.You may well be right.Need timeless...so maybe black or white.
I just realised I put this in the NZ forum, and ozzies don't see it, I will ask again in the oz forum.Feel free to copy and paste if you want to reply again.Happy to see your thoughts, always thought provoking!!
Small Media/sitting Room
Huge wall, no clue what to do with it
Chairs and carpet?
Help! Living room dilemma
Did you get one of these TV's ? I saw one in the shop , mounted on a fake wall . It was small ( 32 or 42 inch ? ) and personally I wasn't impressed -- actually looked like those chunky framed ones from about 2004 when 'plasmas' first came out .
I realise its the art when its turned off that is the selling feature , but from memory ( its a couple of weeks ago and I wasn't interested in buying one haha ) it was about $2495 for what looked like a $6-800 TV . In other words , I won't be buying one haha .
The TV has a Monet on it , or the wall ? Slight difference haha .
Oh , and I generally dislike The Warehouse , but I have a few shops and commercial properties and bars , and we have used Veon TV's from the Warehouse -- I've probably bought 40 in the last 5 years , we've had only 2 stop and 1 got stolen haha . Bought 2 58" ones a couple of weeks back , on special , for $599 each with 3 year warranty , even their 75" which we've used in a lot of the pubs are $1500 .
I have seen them.. But assumed rubbish, good to know, thank you.
Their prices are always good.
On the wall... Sure. Hence why I'm building a 150 sq met home lol
It might be painted by Trevor Monet , from Dargaville . . . . . . . . . . .
And why not....
We all know they have an upside down river, why not a monet
Do u have any business's in chch.
I need a job 2 days a week!
I live in Hamilton , but spend a day or 2 a week in Auckland , and as I now a bit of a spokesperson for a couple of industries I'm involved in , a day or 2 every couple of weeks in Wellington too .
I race cars and half-own a Motorsport business ( amongst about 10 businesses I part own or own haha ) -- I was in Invercagill ( Teretaunga Raceway ) , Cromwell ( Highlands Park ) and Christchurch ( Ruapuna ) in January , but I only get to Christchurch a couple of times a year sorry . We have a large Freightliner transporter , and I bought a V10 powered Motor Home now too , so we drive and take cars and people down .
Wow, busy boy!!
Congrats to u.
U are doing something you love it sounds.
We use to go to Hamilton a bit from whangarei
But not so much now we are in chch
I suspect I've driven every South Island road over the years haha -- once I worked out to look for the Port Hills I worked out the one way street system in Chch haha , then half it fell over and they put cones everywhere . I've been out to Oxford and Hororata and Twizel and Otematata more times than I could count , same with Gore and Haast and Reefton .
One of our Motorsport customers lives on the edge of Keri Keri -- he has 4 or 5 race cars and maybe 30 classic cars , so often its me that drives up and collects or swaps a car with him -- he spends $200k a year on motorsport , a fair amount of that with us , so I do Whangarei and Kerikeri several times a year too .
Good on you!.
You know more of nz than most I suspect
Bay of islands is my happy place!!