Plasma TV Lifts

    • The Sky’s the Limit for Customizing Your TVLift Cabinets

      Some furniture companies give you a few options to consider when you customize certain pieces, but when it comes to, custom isn’t complicated at all. You can truly customize furniture that perfectly fits your space and style.

      Homestead is a popular style that many customers choose to customize for their personal home styles. Homestead is a popular style that many customers choose to customize for their personal home styles.

      I know what you’re thinking - you have one-of-a-kind style and no one seems to understand. No problem. Our artisans will help you bring your personal design to life.

      A good place to start would be to give one of the Cabinet Specialists a call at 877-377-5435. Or simply browse through some of the in stock items for inspiration before you make the call. You can also check out customization options here.

      The Cabinet Specialists will walk you through the process, sharing ideas or options you may not have

      considered. If you’re considering a custom cabinet, the TVLift Cabinet architects will draw the cabinet, color render it and send it directly to you for approval. No surprises.

      If you decide you really just want a custom finish, send us a finish swatch or choose from the in-stockcolors, and we’ll take it from there. Each custom cabinet is made to order, so you can expect your personalized furniture in just 4-10 weeks, shipped FREE via the White Glove Delivery within the continental United States.

      That’s it. The sky’s the limit for the cabinet of your dreams.

    • Urban Camouflage Is Moving to a Suburb Near You

      A design trend that has been popular in many urban settings is now moving to the suburbs and rural areas of the country. Urban Camouflage. Now for some people, that means choosing military styles and colors to your wardrobe. But for those who embrace this new design trend, it’s more about selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings, hiding functional items when not in use and losing the clutter.

      Just Google the term "Urban Camouflage." You’ll find Pinterest boards, clothing, color palettes, furnishing and more.  One of our favorite sites, Houzz, has some great ideas to add a little Urban Camouflage style to your home. Most people who choose this style are usually trying to maximize smaller spaces for ultimate comfort.

      According to Rob Buehl, CEO of, one of the best furnishings you can select for this type of design style is a TV Lift Cabinet. “Many people are asking us how we can help them achieve their design dreams. Urban Camouflage design is very similar to contemporary styles that are streamlined and clutter-free."

      One of the most popular styles for Urban Camouflage is the Concord model. One of the most popular styles for
      Urban Camouflage is the Concord model.

      He says that four of his cabinets are most popular with people who are furnishing their homes in this style. “The most popular styles are Concord and Addison, but many are also looking at Prism and Moderna cabinets. These beautiful furnishings not only hide large, flat-screen televisions when not in use, they are great cabinets to store select items,” said Buehl.

      So if you’re considering a new look for your living spaces, check out some Urban Camouflage style.

    • Condo time, and the living is easy.

      According to the U.S. Census, more than 20% of the population (roughly 80 million people) choose a condo lifestyle in the United States. I’ve often wondered what the appeal of moving from a private single-family home to a condo might be, but after returning from a recent vacation to a Florida condo in The Keys, I completely understand. Sure, you give up some space, but the benefits of enjoying all the little luxuries that make a home a home were all there, plus a few new ones we hadn’t seen before.

      First – cleaning is a breeze. The flooring, cabinets, furnishings and décor were designed for quick clean-ups. No need to lug around a large vacuum cleaner or spend hours polishing furniture. A quick dusting is all it took to keep things sparkling clean and fresh.

      Second – no outdoor chores. Someone was always trimming trees and shrubs, mowing, cleaning pools, washing windows and more. All I can say is, “where do I sign up?”

      Maximizing space in a condo is easy with smart furnishings. Maximizing space in a condo is easy with smart furnishings.

      And finally – the owner had great ideas to maximize space. The microwave/stove combo were perfectly situated in the kitchen, directly across from the refrigerator. Not an inch of wasted space, yet it looked clutter-free and clean. He also installed TVLiftCabinets in the living room and master bedroom. During the day, all electronics were neatly stored beneath great-looking cabinets that matched the beachy décor perfectly. In the evening, after a beautiful sunset walk along the beach, a push of the button was all it took to enjoy a good movie or the latest news. Rob Buehl, CEO of, says he sees many people are seeking TVLiftCabinets to maximize small spaces. He says that the most popular styles for small spaces are Moderna and Prism.

      It just makes sense that people seeking to simplify lifestyles and décor would be smart about how they could maximize every square foot to create the perfect oasis, no matter what stage of life they find themselves.

    • Top hotel amenities you'd love to have at home...and can!

      It’s official. Peak vacation season is here, and many people will be heading to airports or packing up the van for the annual family vacation. For families staying in hotels along the way, many want to make sure they have a “home” experience wherever they lay their heads each night.

      No worries. These days, hotels redecorate often – sometimes every three years. Many are creating a more contemporary style to traditional settings, making them more comfortable than ever for today’s discriminating consumers. And each year, many hotel trends and amenities find their way into home décor.

      One of the top amenities in top hotels continues to be luxurious bedding. Many hotels, like the Westin, are branding linens so families can be wrapped in softness every day. Feels so good.

      Prism Swivel TV Lift Cabinet Prism is one of the most popular
      models used in boutique hotels.


      Other amenities you’ll find are flat screen televisions and TV Lifts. Hotels are getting rid of huge lots of old bulky televisions and the massive armoires that held them. Clean and contemporary furnishings are the new normal. Rob Buehl, CEO of, says that his TVLiftCabinets are in hundreds of boutique hotels. “The hotels are looking for durable furnishings that can withstand the wear and tear of a continual stream of visitors. Our cabinets use a clear finish called Catalyzed Varnish that is extremely scratch resistant. Some of the most popular models you’ll find in hotels are Prism and Crystal Pointe. But one of the most interesting things is when we get calls from people who visit those hotels and want a TVLiftCabinet just like the one they had in their room for their flat screens.”

      So even though you can’t take home some of the other favorite amenities like free WiFi, room service, continental breakfasts or your personal concierge, it’s nice to know you can enjoy some of the latest amenities in the comfort of your own home. It’s almost like taking your vacation home with you.

    • 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.

      Crystal Pointe 360 Swivel TV Lift Cabinet 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, 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.

    • Customize Your Cabinetry in Style

      Harbor - Antique White

      “Have it your way.” isn’t just a popular tagline for a fast food company, it’s become a way of life for millions of people who want and expect the ability to customize every aspect of their home. According to Jeff Hallett, author of Megatrends, “the power has shifted from the producer to the consumer. Over the last 20 years, what’s been happening is that the consuming public has been getting smarter and smarter.”

      And smart consumers demand more choice. Baby boomers, and the up-and-coming generations, are savvy, confident consumers who want what they want – especially when it comes to picking out home furnishings. Rob Buehl, CEO of, says when he started his company, he wanted to make sure every customer could choose exactly what they want – every time.

      “Size, style, finish – everything is customizable. Your vision. Your design. Whatever you want, our in-house designer will create exactly what you want,” says Buehl. “We’ll even send a color rendering of the product you’ve ordered approval before we start to build the cabinet.”

      Homestead - Light Brown Oak

      So, whether you prefer minimalism or Victorian, Mediterranean or rustic – or anything in between, you will always find the exact TVLiftCabinet you want to complement your décor´.

    • Feeling at home on the range...

      Crystal Pointe TV Lift Cabinet

      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.

    • Five questions you should you ask when you’re thinking about adding a television lift for your home.

      Sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know and sales people at retail stores may be less knowledgeable than they should be about the products they’re selling. We’re ready to answer any questions you may have about TVLiftCabinets. It’s all we do – and we’re happy to help you find the best solution for your home.
      Here are five questions we get every day from homeowners – just like you:
      Q1) Does the TVLift come with everything I need? Is it easy to set up?
      A1) Yes. All of our furniture includes free shipping and in-home placement. We call it our white-glove treatment – which means no worries or hassles for you.
      Q2) Will my large flat panel television fit in the cabinet?
      A2) Each product has a “maximum television height,” listed. You will be able to select from a wide variety of models that will be the perfect fit for your television – and your home.
      Q3) Are television lifts safe?
      A3) TV Lifts are very safe. There are built-in pressure sensors to stop the lift and reverse when it hits an obstruction. In many ways, a TVLiftCabinet is safer than wall brackets, which can cause televisions to tilt or fall, which may pose safety issues for those who live in the home. That can’t happen with a TVLiftCabinet. Everything is safe and secure.
      Chatham Cabinet

      Q4) Can I operate my DVD, CD, Cable and satellite boxes from behind the closed cabinet doors?

      A4) The unique part of our TV Lift systems is that any piece of equipment that you place in the Infrared compartments can be controlled using your existing remotes from behind closed doors. The infrared system repeats your signal from your remotes inside the cabinet allowing you complete remote control without opening the doors.
      Q5) Does the Infrared System require programming?
      A5) No. Our system uses high output infrared flashers that locate your equipment without programming.
      So – now you know a few more answers, but you may have other questions. Check out some more answers in our FAQ section, or feel free to send us a message and we’ll be happy to respond quickly to your question.
    • A few tips for taking your flat screen television on the road

      Banyan Creek
      More and more people are joining the RV movement and traveling the country. According to U.S. News & World Reports, sales of recreational vehicles have increased in recent years as the economy improves. One factor that may be helping to boost sales is the bubble of baby boomers moving into retirement. According to figures from RVIA, the average RV owner is late-middle-aged, but still younger than baby boomers (around 48 years old). They’re also looking for nicer models and a better lifestyle than the typical weekend camping crowd.
      TVLiftCabinet recently received a review from John Dreese, who lives full-time in his RV with his wife. In trying to make their RV as homey as possible and make the best use of limited space, they turned to a TVLiftCabinet. “With space limited, having a large screen TV covering a window all the time wasn’t convenient,” said John. “It was easy to install, securely holds the TV in its retracted cabinet – even when bouncing down some rough roads.”
      TVLiftCabinet CEO Rob Buehl says more people like John are adding cabinets to their RV because their cabinets have a solid floor, making bolting it to the floor simple.  Some of the most popular styles for RVs have been Banyan Creek, Crystal Pointe, Concord and Prism. Some offer swivels and great features, including additional storage for all your electronics.
      Check them out – and discover what RV owners already know. A TVLiftCabinet is a great solution for traveling the open road in style.
    • Think a television lift is only for the wealthy? Think again.

      More than 95% of U.S. households have at least one television set – and more than 50% are flat screen televisions (2013 data). People are investing thousands of dollars in the latest television technologies each year, yet only a few people invest in a quality cabinet to display their investments, thinking that television lift systems are too expensive, too hard to put together or just plain out of their reach.
      Yet – displaying those televisions in style is not only within reach, but could be just what you need to add storage and space to your home – and help you protect your technology investment from little fingers, dust and faulty wall brackets. Some of the latest flatscreen televisions weight more than 80 pounds, so securing them to a wall may not be the best option to ensure the safety of people in your home. has a wide variety of TV lift systems for your home – helping you reflect your personal style. Costs range widely – from $1699 to $3999. Most of the cabinets are solid wood, made in the USA and have built-in infrared to ensure that remotes work as they should.  Plus all TVLiftCabinets are factory-direct. Everything comes assembled and ready to go. No hassles and no worries about your television falling off the wall. It’s a smart thing to do – and adds great style to any room.

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