Fine furniture does not require assembly. Our furniture is crafted using the skills of artisans in the local Ohio community and occasionally abroad.
All of our lift mechanisms are installed by our craftsmen at our manufacturing facility.
Approximately 10-21 Days
Approximately 21+ Days
* Need it Faster? If you can accept a driveway delivery, simply write "Driveway" in the comments section during checkout & you can expect delivery in approximately 5-10 days after shipment is made.
Time In Transit
The map above provides an estimate of days in transit. You may contact your assigned salesperson for order status. All deliveries will be scheduled with you at least 24-48 hours in advance.
We do ship internationally weekly. The only caveat is that there will be a shipping fee & additional taxes or duties may be due upon delivery. Please call or email for rates.
Alaska & Hawaii
We are happy to ship orders to Alaska and Hawaii. The only caveat is that there will be a shipping fee. Please call or email for rates.
Returns & Claims
If you are unsatisfied with any product received within the past seven days, simply contact us for return instructions.. You may initiate a return within 7 days of receipt and have the item returned to our warehouse within 21 days of receipt. We will gladly refund you in full for all unused merchandise in the original packaging. We'll do our best to make you happy. Simply call or email and we will guide you through the process.
At the 2011 CES, Mashable, a top source for news in social and digital media, took a moment to highlight where Panasonic’s 3-D future might be headed. As shown in the video above, Panasonic isn’t announcing when their new interactive 3-D TV will be available to mass consumers, but it is nice to see a fine 3-D flat-screen that will easily work in our TV lift cabinets. According to Mashable, Panasonic hasn’t traditionally been known for their software development or user interface, but staff at Mashable are excited about the way users can manipulate icons in 3-D space, and everyone else should be too.
Much like the Wii remote (and the upcoming Magic Wand for Apple TVs), Panasonic uses a special remote that controls on-screen elements and makes it faster and easier to access the content for which they’re really looking.
Since this 3-D TV debuted at the 2011 CES, it is likely that it will be hitting some stores’ shelves this year, but there are no guarantees. If you do find one, though, drop us a line. We’d like to know about it. And if you purchase one yourself, snap a picture of it in your TV lift cabinet and send it over. We may feature it in a future blog post or on our Facebook page.