Decorate your living room with the latest plasma TV cabinet

Published: 24th June 2010
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Imagine your new plasma flat screen TV popping in and out elegantly from a furniture plasma TV lift cabinet that gives your room decor a touch of luxury and style. In this era, where technology is evolving every day and flat screen TVs have replaced the old heavy television boxes, a fittest place for these plasma TVs must be chosen to be installed in your home. There are several ways to arrange for the placement of the TV. For example, you can cut out brackets on the wall and mount a holder for your TV. Another way is to order a suitable furniture cabinet designed with the correct spacing for your TV and for placing other accessories.

All these have awkward disadvantages of either occupying lot of space and letting the wires hang out and stealing the elegance of the decor. A state-of-the-art solution to solve every purpose in this regard is the plasma TV lift cabinet. The amazing infra-red technology used in this pop-up TV lift cabinet has received breath-taking response in the recent times. A remote control manages the working of this cabinet. On the press of a button, the TV moves out of the cabinet and goes inside when the button is pressed once more. These are easily workable and can be installed in any place you like. While some are available ready-made in the market, you can also make a selection of design and size and order it in the market. The most popular TV lifts are made of Rose Wood, Teak Wood, Mahogany etc.

These exclusive space-savers have their own advantages, which have made them so loved and preferred in the market. They solve dual purpose of protecting your plasma TV and offering a portable way to install it. There is no need of making a single hole on the wall of your room; this is the most attractive feature of Plasma TV lift cabinets.

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If you are looking to buy TV cabinet and TV lift furniture then you will find a wide range of TV Lifts and Plasma TV Cabinet at Import Advantage. We have 30 years of experience making fine furniture and use only the finest woods - including cherry, mahogany, pine and oak.

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