That’s actually OK. You can still hide it using one of our TV lifts. This ingenious idea comes from Elyon Systems, Inc. in Brooklyn. The client had a wall mounted TV and wanted to conceal it from view with a piece of art. So, instead of taking the TV down and putting it in a TV lift cabinet, they mounted a painting on a lift and hid it behind a piece of cabinetry. Just push a button on the swanky Philips remote and the painting travels up to cover the unsightly flat screen. If the homeowner wants to move the TV later, they can always swap things out by hanging the painting on the wall to cover up the holes left by the TV mount. Then, they have a fantastic Nexus 21 TV lift ready to use inside (or behind) a cabinet in any room in the house.

Hidden TV Lift Art