(April 2013 update: I have now used the wardrobe in two different rooms, and the paint job withstood all the moving around with no chips or scratches.)
In addition to hiding the television, I wanted the wardrobe to hold my speakers, modem, router, CDs and DVDs. Holes drilled into the back made it easy to run the various wires and cables.
The wardrobe came with only one shelf. Rather than try to make additional shelves to fit, I simply placed a small bookcase inside. Placing the TV on top of the bookcase put it at perfect viewing height. (Look at my adorable dog peeking out from under her blanket!)
Before attaching the doors, I stenciled them. I highly recommend using repositionable stencil adhesive, especially with a complicated stencil. It keeps the stencil still while you're applying the paint, giving a much more precise result. You don't need to buy special stencil paint; regular latex paint will work if used properly. The key is to roll off any excess paint from your roller before you begin stenciling. A heavily loaded roller will cause paint to seep underneath the stencil. Use light pressure and roll in several directions to cover the area completely.
With doors attached, the wardrobe is complete!
It's painted and stenciled to match my desk.
The desk was an awesome find -- free on craigslist! It was battered but very sturdy solid wood. Sanding, painting and stenciling gave it a completely new look.
Leftover wallpaper makes great drawer liner.
The wardrobe and the desk are next to each other in my living room. It looks much tidier with all the entertainment paraphernalia hidden.