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Friday, September 21, 2012

Check out two of our newest cabinets!

We here at TVLiftCabinet.com are always trying to introduce fresh, new designs. With TV size and technology constantly evolving, we saw the need for cabinets that house larger TVs and ones that can accommodate the ever-popular sound bar speaker. As a result, we have unveiled a number of new cabinets on the site – have you noticed? Over the next few weeks, I’m going to present each cabinet on the blog to give you a quick rundown of the new additions. If you like what you see, click the link in the blog article for more information, images and the ‘Add to Cart’ button. Below are the first two cabinets, allow me to introduce: Ocean Avenue and Nantucket – Happy shopping!

If I had to describe Ocean Avenue in two words, they would be ‘modern’ and ‘chic’. The rich espresso finish really accentuates the zebra pattern in the wood. Your components are stored behind the smoked glass doors. Modern design aside, the cabinet can hold a large TV – up to 65”. Click here for the exact maximum dimensions and to get the full list of features of images.



On a more traditional note, meet Nantucket. Made in the USA by Amish craftsmen, this cabinet is one of my personal favorites. I love how it looks like there are a bunch of small drawers, when actually there is TONS of storage behind 2 doors and 3 center drawers. Not to mention there is space for a sound bar in the cubby. The distressed finish really tops it off. Click here for all the details!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Check us out on Pinterest!

Lately, I have been hearing a ton about Pinterest. What is Pinterest, you ask? I was asking the same question until recently. Pinterest is a self-described virtual pinboard. Users ‘pin’ pictures of things they love and share these pictures with other users. See a picture of cupcakes that look delicious? Click the picture and you’ll be taken to the recipe. Intrigued by the picture of a TV lift cabinet? Simply click the picture and you can find more information and even purchase it! You can find pretty much anything on Pinterest, not just recipes and furniture. It’s great for finding inspiration when decorating, ideas for fall fashion and hilarious internet memes. Are you a fan of DIY projects? Pinterest is FULL of DIY ideas. From home décor to party favors, you’re sure to find something you love. If you’re reading our blog, then you have to check out our Pinterest page. There you’ll find pictures of all our cabinets, including some fun projects that are currently in the works!

Friday, September 7, 2012

Putting the U into Furnishing

Since I moved into my home earlier this year, I have constantly been searching for inspiration when it comes to decorating. Each room is a blank canvas and the possibilities really are endless. It’s amazing how with a simple coat of paint on the walls, you can completely transform a room. Sometimes making your space an accurate depiction of who you are can be much harder than it seems. Case in point, in 6 months I have already painted then repainted my living room and dining room. Once all the painting was done, I moved on to furnishing. I thought my best strategy would be to tackle one room at a time. That strategy quickly went down the drain and it now has turned into a little bit in this room, a little bit in that. But finally, all is coming together. I’ve come up with a few pointers along the way for us newbies who are decorating for the first time or even for those of us who are just looking to revive our current décor.

1. Never buy out of necessity. What I mean by this is don’t just buy the first sofa you see because you need one and you need one now. Furniture usually a) is pricey and b) is the first impression you will give someone when they come into your home. Put thought and care into each piece you buy.

2. Pick one centerpiece and build the room around it. I wanted a rustic style living room so I bought a table to set the tone and purchased pieces to match. You can start with anything, it doesn’t have to be a table. Try a sofa, a TV lift cabinet or even window treatments.

3. I have always been told to decorate the room first and then paint. I did it backwards and was very happy with the results. I feel that painting is the quickest and easiest way to personalize a space. Especially if you can’t afford to furnish it all at once. A splash of color is a great starting point.

These are just three tips I came up with based on my own experience but like anything, they won’t apply to everyone. What are some other tips for decorating that I might have missed?