March 31st, 2014 by Liz Francese
Presenting the coolest piece of furniture you have ever seen. No, it is not an ejection seat on a Bond-mobile or bed that rocks you to sleep, but, I can assure you, it is both stealthy and pleasurable. I’m talking about our Retractable Pop-Up TV Media Center… the easiest and most stylish way to hide your TV.
Attach a Flat Screen TV up to 42″W to the hardware inside the media center and, with the click of a button, watch it rise of the entertainment center when you want to watch TV and then slowly descend back into it when you’re done! This now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t inspired media center features 85″ of pure media storage space or, for the smaller home, is also available as a 44″wide cabinet or bookshelf. In Cherry, Maple, Oak or Walnut, this unit is slick enough for any man-cave and classic enough for the most traditional home.
If you’re not in the neighborhood or unavailable to see, touch and smell (if that’s your thing) the piece yourself, take a look at this exciting video which expertly captures the Retractable Pop-Up TV Media Center’s allure:
July 29th, 2010 by Peggy Farabaugh
I guess a lot of seniors are liking our new Vermont Modern Bed with the remote operated, retractable TV lift integrated into the footboard. So much so that Vermont Maturity Magazine included it in the home and garden section of their recent publication. Thanks guys!
But you don’t have to wait until you’re over 50 to enjoy this way-cool showstopper. Check it out on our website today.
July 23rd, 2010 by Peggy Farabaugh
Many thanks to Matt Levine of Natural Business News whose article on Vermont Woods Studios fine handcrafted furniture appeared in their June issue. Matt thinks our retractable pop up TV console is the coolest thing for techies wanting to go green. He also featured our Vermont Modern Bed with the retractable TV lift built into the footboard… for couch potato techies who want to watch a stylish flat screen TV without leaving the comfort of their own beds.
Check out Matt’s LevineReport for interesting articles on all types of natural businesses. Best of luck with your excellent publication, Matt!