The modern home is all about personal expression. Each space in the house, from living room to bedroom, is designed to reflect your personality and cater to your interests. Artwork, chic furniture and expressive illumination all handle the elegant side of home décor. On the other hand, when you feel like relaxing, few things are as beloved as a comfy leather sectional and a high-definition television system.
This can present a challenge when it comes to design. How can you create a living room that looks amazing but also helps you to relax? Is there a way to combine sleek decorative accents with a state-of-the-art big-screen TV? Absolutely. It’s called motorized art.
The Solution: Hidden Media Storage
Motorized art uses a large painting or piece of décor to cover electronic systems when they’re not in use. This modern solution lets you enjoy the best of both worlds when it comes to your design vision. During the day, your living room or bedroom looks visually stunning, with vibrant artwork and carefully coordinated color palettes. At night, artwork rises to reveal a huge television screen that lets you take in the immersive 4K video experience complete with surround sound.
This flexibility provides total freedom for entertaining guests. Are you planning afternoon cocktails with potential clients or friends from work? Hardwood floors and artwork provide the perfect backdrop. If you feel like celebrating the big game instead, your large-screen TV lets you capture all of the action with good friends and great food.
What Motorized Art Installation Involves
The first step in creating hidden media storage is to build a recessed space to holds the TV of your choice. This is similar to installation of recessed fireplaces or shelves. Afterwards, artwork is mounted to a high-quality metal frame and connected to a motorized unit.
For excellent results, it’s important to work with a professional every step of the way. To learn more about motorized art or to schedule an appointment for immediate installation, contact the technology experts at Davis Audio & Video.