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Mickey Mouse TV Stand by Pacini Cappellini

Designed by Pacini Cappellini the Mickey Mouse TV Stand is a wall system that is not just a stylish wall system to place your flat-screen TV, but you can also use the mouse ears to store your favorite DVDs, CDs and books. Made of lacquered MDF, the Mickey Mouse TV stand features two glass shelves, with a storage drawer placed below the unit where you can place your other a/v equipment keeping the area tidy. Children and adults will love the modern TV stand design which based on a cartoon character and is remarkably subtle, with a hint of playfulness. – Via – Thedesignblog

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5 responses to “Mickey Mouse TV Stand by Pacini Cappellini” - Add yours!

  1. Jasper said:
    May 13, 2009

    Would look nice in a kid’s room. Personally I don’t want to see a Mickey everywhere. =b

  2. May 13, 2009

    Jasper, I would have to agree with you as cute as it is, its not something that I would have in my lounge.

  3. Michelle said:
    May 15, 2009

    WOW… I’ve seen it all now when it comes to media stands. Cute but certainly NOT for adults.

  4. Kelly said:
    January 11, 2010

    Who says it’s not for adults? We are Disney buffs- and would love to have this in our room! It’s all personal opinion; and not fair to say it would only work in a kid’s room- everyone has an opinion, and many people, including myself, would be happy to have that!

  5. Stacy said:
    November 19, 2010

    How can i get one of these? My mom is a huge disney buff and would go crazy if I got it for her for christmas. Please help I am really interested in getting this tv stand.

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