Built-in flat-screen TV
When was the last time you saw a non-flat TV screen? Back in the 80s and 90s, flat screens were reserved for the wealthy, but thanks to advances in modern TV technology, they’re more affordable than ever. However, if you already spent a million bucks on a humongous TV set from the 90s, there’s no way in heck you’re going to toss it out.
What you can do with an older TV set is convert it into a flat screen TV by punching a hole into your drawl and fitting the TV’s back side through it. It’s a good idea in theory, but we’re seriously worried about whether this is a fire or electrocution hazard. Unlike this guy, we let our concerns for safety drain our engineering juices.