Make your flat-screen television a piece of art
As seen in The Miami Herald, June 12, 2009
Eloise Kubli, ASID
Jana Soeldner Danger
The Miami Herald,
Special to the Home Guide
The clean lines of this television frame add to the decor of the room.
Just about everybody frames paintings or photographs. Why not a TV screen? For today's flat screen televisions, frames can be both attractive and functional. Despite the fact that flat-screens take up far less space than the old box models, they still require unattractive wires, cables, brackets and electrical outlets.
Interior designer Eloise Kubli of Collective Construction and Design in Plantation says the frames give a clean, finished look. "You can wrap the TV on all four sides as if you were framing a beautiful painting," she adds.
Frames may be plain or elaborately decorative, depending on tastes and budgets. They can be built to accommodate any size TV, and can range in cost from about $160 to several thousand. continued