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Hide Your Flat Screen Tv in Your Fireplace

by Paul Strauss

For those of you who want to have a big flat-panel TV and want satisfy the wife/girlfriend factor too, this new fireplace could be just the trick. This innovative fireplace designed by Picture House lets you conceal your flat-panel LCD or Plasma behind the fireplace when not in use.

Picture House Fireplace and Flat TV Cabinet

Available in several modern and classical designs, the clever cabinets feature a ventless fireplace that requires no chimney or flue. The whole system is actually free-standing, and can be installed in any home without cutting into walls or running gas lines. Depending on the model, the cabinets can accommodate televisions from 37 to 50-inches. Prices range from




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Comments (5):

  1. ilker says:

    This is a really cool idea and I think it would be even more impressive with a plasma TV!

  2. I have found what many have been looking for: a quiet motorized art screen that moves up with the click of a remote control button to allow viewing of a flat screen, flat panel or Plasma TV, and then with another click of the button, the artwork reappears, hiding the television!

  3. Buck says:

    Mmm, I have seen this kind of set-up in a few houses…

    The only thing I gotta say here, is that you need to make sure that the heat is directed away from the TV set.. This particular pic looks fine, but I have see one where the TV was (although higher) slightly in-front of the fire.. You can imagine the result..

    Just be careful that’s all I’m saying…

    Take care,

    Buck

  4. This is perfect, looks great. But the comment above is right.
    Heat coming from the fireplace damages plasma tv as chimney is getting hot. Should never take the risk with the real heating fireplace. Even plasma’s fan cannot help cooling although Sony XBR has really very powerful fan…

  5. Peter Maxson says:

    99% of our units go over Fireplaces, as have works of art for centuries. In addition to avoid having to watch tv in a picture frame, have control of the tv to tilt for perpendicular viewing, and protection from ceiling reflection which is created by the new viewing angle, check out http://www.tvcoverups.com

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