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Bring A Little Home To The Office With A TVLiftCabinet

Office design trends are changing – for the better.

Traditional office spaces where executives are positioned in corner offices and cubicle farms are reserved for the “rest” of the crew, are becoming a thing of the past. Today, you may find a CEO in the center of a large collaborative space, just like everyone else in the company. Small conversation areas are strategically located throughout the space, complete with more home-like settings, including comfortable upholstered furnishings. And, as more and more companies provide telecommuting opportunities for employees, technology that provides effective communication opportunities is critical for staying in touch.

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   Crystal Point with 360 Swivel

Each inch of office space matters – that’s where TVLiftCabinets come into play. Teleconferences may only happen a few times each week, but the ability to quickly access a flatscreen smart television that is visible to all is smart business. Some TVLiftCabinets feature 360-degree swivels, making it easy to maximize visibility for employees in the room.

The artisan hand-crafted cabinets are beautiful and practical, hiding all the electronic gadgets that accompany today’s modern business lifestyle. And when the teleconferences are finished, the television disappears into the cabinet, keeping the area clean and uncluttered.

No matter what business you’re in, this collaborative office design trend is definitely here to stay.

And now, a few words from our customers…

Each month we share information about how you can add style and function to your home – wherever that might be. But we also love hearing from our customers about how they’re enjoying their new TVLiftCabinets. So we thought we’d share some of their comments with you today from customers all over the United States. Enjoy.

“Sometimes when you surf the Internet, you stumble upon great products. Your TV lifts are one of those things. I purchased your Metropolitan TV Lift for my family room and it looks amazing. Friends and family have been floored.” Mike T., Carmel Valley, CA

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“I am sitting here grinning from ear to ear about the Remington Fireplace!!!! This is better than I ever expected.” Merideth C., Dallas, TX

“I just wanted to send you a note that I am very pleased with the Banyan Creek TV Lift. It is much better than it looked in your pictures & extremely well built. As you said, the TV was easy to mount. Thank you again!” Dr. Claudine T., Durham, NC

“I’ve been making custom cabinetry for 7 years. I didn’t think there was anything I could not build for less. But, ultimately, I was surprised to learn that that is not true. Your product is well built and the finish is incredible.” John C., Martinsville, VA

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“My husband and I had been searching at length for a TV cabinet to suit our needs. After purchasing the Crystal Pointe online from your website, we received one that far exceeded our expectations. Not only were we thrilled with the cabinet, the customer support was equally exemplary. Thank you for a great product!” Joanne L., Woodbridge, CT

We want to thank all of our customers for allowing us to bring these cabinets into their homes. We hope each and every person has the same experience with TVLiftCabinet. In fact, we guarantee it.

 

Customize Your Nautical Space

I was watching an episode of House Hunters a couple of weeks ago that featured homeowners seeking houseboats. Fascinating. I knew there were pockets of marinas around the country where people enjoyed living the dream on waterways without the hassles of yard work or nosy neighbors, but I never realized it had become such a phenomena around the country. You’d expect to see houseboat marinas in Portland, Oregon or Seattle, Washington, but now more and more people all over the United States seeking that experience.

Whether you’re investing in a houseboat or customizing space in a yacht, one thing is certain: you need to maximize every inch of the living space. Multi-functional furnishings are the only way to go. It’s also important to create a space that reflects your personal style and taste.

While some people go with trendier looks, most prefer a more neutral color palette that can be easily updated with accent pieces, like pillow and throws. One thing that is constant is a desire to stay connected to the mainland with top electronics and technology. Flat screen and smart televisions are equally important to the nautical crowd as they are in most modern homes. Small details matter, but hiding functional items is also important. crystal_pointe_360_swivel_4471swiv_1According to top designers, Murphy beds that recess into the wall during the day, televisions that live in TVLiftCabinets when not in use, and built-in ranges and cabinets are all on the rise.

Rob Buehl, CEO of TVLiftCabinet, says that people are seeking more customized cabinets for houseboats and yachts. “One of the things they worry about is protecting electronics from the salty sea breezes,” said Buehl. “Keeping electronics protected when not in use can certainly help protect them, whether you’re on land or sea. One thing is certain, when space is at a premium, a beautiful TVLiftCabinet unit will give you peace-of-mind,  storage and space for all those other must-have personal belongings you’ll need to make your nautical space a home. ”

Creating the perfect bedroom sanctuary

Vera Wang once said, “My bedroom is my sanctuary. It’s like a refuge, and it’s where I do a fair amount of designing – at least conceptually, if not literally.” And she’s not the only one. More and more people are spending time, money and energy on turning a place of sweet dreams into a place of relaxation, peace and respite. It’s easier than you think.

First, make sure your bed is appropriately sized for your bedroom. It is the primary focal point of the room and should have space on either side to help people move freely in the space. A tented or canopy bed is a bit more luxurious than one with a wooden or upholstered headboard. For those who like to read or watch television in bed, soft headboards are just the ticket. Others prefer lots of pillows, hiding functional pillows behind more luxurious shams (or under the bed in containers).  Then, it’s a matter of your personal taste when it comes to linens that can help set the mood for the room. For respite, choose solid colors instead of busy patterns (in neutral or tranquil tones). Experts recommend avoiding bold colors.

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The Crystal Point style with swivel is one of the most popular units for bedroom sanctuaries.

Furniture placement comes next. Be sure to select other furniture to fit the size of the room. Always arrange furniture with adequate spacing between pieces and maximum the utility of each piece. In a small room, you might consider investing in a TVLiftCabinet to provide additional storage, as well as access to a television to view at your leisure.

Some of the most popular cabinets, according to Rob Buehl, CEO of TVLiftCabinets.com, are Crystal Pointe, Carousel, and Prism. “Most people like to have the option to watch television while they’re relaxing and our cabinets are perfect for giving people options of when they’d like to watch and when they’d prefer more open space at the end of the bed. And the foot-of-the-bed lifts with four-side finishes mean that you’ll have a beautiful cabinet in your room at all times.”

Finally, choose the best lighting for your space. Whether it’s a chandelier, inset lights or more subdued lamps, choose the lighting that will create the atmosphere you crave when you enter your personal sanctuary.

It’s never been easier to have the bedroom of your dreams. Sleep well.

Feeling at home on the range…

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Thoreau once said, “in wildness is the preservation of the world,” and millions of people head for the wide open spaces each year seeking wilderness, beauty and family time. But for many people, going to the wild and “living” wild are two very different things. According to Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), there are nearly nine million RVs on the road.

The RVIA says that many of today’s campers expect deluxe amenities, both inside and outside. Many expect a resort-like experience when they stop, with tennis courts, swimming pools and golf nearby. Architects who design log cabins are also seeing an increase in demand for deluxe amenities in family-owned rustic cabins.

After spending the day hiking, fishing or exploring the great outdoors, people want to return to modern amenities, like full kitchens that include microwaves and living rooms that have modern electronics and full-size, flat-screen television sets.

Many people, especially those with young children, believe a fully-equipped log cabin or RV is just the ticket for comfort and relaxation. While space may be an issue for many of these facilities, one way to maximize both space and storage, would be considering a TVLiftCabinet, which hides the television when not in use and becomes a great storage resource for all DVDs, gaming paraphernalia and whatever you need to keep the kids occupied when they’re not outside enjoying all the beauty of the great outdoors.

So, by all means, enjoy the great outdoors and relax in style.

 
 
 
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