Televisions that disappear into the ceiling, the floor, cabinet or pretty much anywhere else are the type of futuristic feature we associate with some sci-fi movies or high-tech interior designs. During the past few years we have come closer to making this a more approachable feature, less fictional and more realistic. The TV lift concept opens up many possibilities when designing a modern and contemporary interior spaces.
Below are 5 ways to incorporate a motorized TV lift into your pre-constructed or pre-existing space.
The subtle cut outs at the top give away the fact that this is not a regular storage cabinet but something completely different. There’s a lift inside of it which uses a motorized system which can be controlled remotely.
This unique TV lift fits snuggly into a side-wall and slides out when turned on.
An in-ceiling TV lift sits in the ceiling of a room, and is active
For larger displays, a TV lift that rises from the floor might be the best option.
For multiple viewing areas, like an adjacent dinning and kitchen room, a motorized TV swivel, might be the perfect solution for your needs.
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Motorized TV lifts ensure that televisions are visible and a part of the interior decor only when needed, and hidden and tucked away when not in use. The best time to incorporate in-wall or in-ceiling TV lifts are during pre-construction or during major renovations. If you have a pre-existing space, an in-cabinet TV lift would probably be your best bet.
AHT Residential and other divisions, AHT Marine and AHT Commercial have over 20 years experience integrating complex technology into interior spaces. If you have questions about the best options to fit your interior design space, feel free to contact us by using the link below. We are here to help, and provide our expertise.Request a Consultation