TV Frames Make Compact Home Decor Possible
City living has a lot to offer - but extra space is often not one of those things. In compact living situations, making the most of every inch of space truly is the name of the game.
In big city loft apartments, even the wall space is limited. A wall-mounted television offers a space-saving solution in these tight quarters, although often at the expense of your favorite piece of artwork or a family heirloom mirror. But efficient living doesn’t have to mean you throw home decor to the wind.
In a 2007 New York Times piece about the emerging demand for TV frames - released just one year after we got our start here at FrameMyTV - Anne Eisenberg touched on the growing struggle for high class furnishings in low square footage homes in the Big Apple.
The article took a look at a Manhattan couple who wanted to balance form and function in their combination living room/den. When it was time to turn off their 42-inch wall-mounted flat screen, the television became an instant eye-sore, taking up valuable real estate on the wall.
To solve the problem of limited decorable wall space in this cozy Manhattan flat, the couple ordered an attractive antique replica frame to hide their TV when they chose to tune out.
This midtown Manhattan case is just one of many instances when a TV frame has helped solve the problem of limited space in city dwellings. Since 2007, the demand for home TV frames has been rapidly increasing, and urban apartments are no exception.
Why choose between a television or your favorite framed artwork when they can be one in the same?
FrameMyTV offers a wide selection of fine art TV covers to replace an ugly blank screen. Avoid cluttered walls without sacrificing stylish home decor - with FrameMyTV, timeless paintings and a winning home entertainment system both make the cut!