Rise and fall television cabinet

Rise and fall television cabinet with drinks servery in burr oak

We have recently completed a really exciting cabinet for a client in the Lune valey area.

The client came to us with the idea of having a cabinet made which would house/hide a very large television but also match there existing furniture.

The main visual aspect of the room is a beautiful arched plaster cornice which the cabinet was to sit below. We used the same type of arch on the top rail of the doors to compliment this feature of the room, The existing furniture in the room varied but we picked out details from several pieces including burr oak for the panels and a traditional ovolo for a mouldings.

The primary function of the cabinet was to hide the television, but as the design evolved we made a suggestion to use a void space at the front of the television as a drinks cabinet. We used mirrors for the back panels to give the illusion of depth.

The remotely operated rise and fall mechanism lifts the television through the top of the cabinet almost completely silently.We worked with The Majik House in Kirkby Lonsdale for this part of the job and they were excellent!

Please take a look in our cabinet making page within our porfolio to see the finished article.