Everyone has their preference when it comes to the types of products they purchase. Many have a go-to style or brand of clothing, car, or cosmetic line that they absolutely cannot live without. But what about when it comes to your television selection?
When TV framing comes to mind, many people may think it is synonymous with picture framing—and we don’t blame them. It’s natural to understand the concept of framing as being the same across the board no matter what object is actually being framed.
Everything has a starting point that tells the story of how it came to be. As you probably are aware, framing techniques didn’t begin with TV’s. It started with paintings. In fact, according to Wikipedia, “one of the earliest frames was a discovery made in an Egyptian tomb dating back to the 2nd century A.D.” That’s a really long time ago! The portrait that was discovered within this wooden frame was a mummy portrait.
You’ve got your TV concealment finished right in time for the holiday season—not to mention it goes perfectly with the red and green holiday decorations throughout the living room—a perfect touch, hooray!