February 2015 Newsletter: Ideas for mounting TV's
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Welcome to the February 2015 newsletter from the Electric Playground, the home technology specialists. This month we wanted to give you a few ideas on ways to mount televisions. The classic position of up high above a fireplace so frustrates us. Apart from the bad viewing angles (and neck ache!) it shows to us customers don't really know what other options there are. So below we've 12 suggestions on how to mount televisions.
If you really must mount the television up high why not install a bracket that tilts the television downwards so as to improve your viewing angle.
2. Advance and Drop
Alternatively why not instal a bracket that drops the television down to a comfortable viewing height. When finished it pops right back up.
3. Rising Up
We can supply brackets that pop a television up out of the floor.
4. Falling down
Or down from within the ceiling.
5. Flipping down
We can even get brackets that flip the television down from a ceiling recess.
6. Sliding out of Sight
We've a supplier that can fix a bracket to a piece of art or false wall so that it will slide to one slide when you want to watch television.
From flat on the wall to any angle, why limit your choice.
8. Under the bed
This television is stored under the bed, and on command slides out and positions itself at your feet.
9. Closet space
Instead of having the television raise or lower from a hiding spot what about one that slides it out from a closet or a pocket in the wall.
10. Behind a picture
What about hiding it behind a picture frame. When you want to watch the television the picture simply rolls up like a blind to reveal the screen.
11. Cabinet Lift
What about one that rises up from within a cabinet
12. Furniture Lift
or lastly, what about hiding it in a blanket box.
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