TVs that disappear into the ceiling, the floor, cabinet or pretty much anywhere else are the type of futuristic feature we associate with some sci-fi movies or high-tech interior designs. The TV lift cabinet concept brings some valid new benefits that a lot of modern and contemporary interiors could make the most of. The subtle cut outs at the top give away the fact that this is not a regular storage cabinet but something completely different.
That’s possible here thanks to Le Bloc, a pop up TV lift cabinet which allows you to change the decor and ambiance in the room based on your mood.
This one, for instance, is an excellent end bed cabinet which keeps the design of the room simple and clutter-free without requiring compromises. Furniture pieces like the Kaydian Bowburn TV module help us find the balance between two contrasting design concepts.
Depending on the style you prefer, you can either go with a TV lift cabinet disguised as a traditional piece of furniture with intricate carved-out details and decorations on its surface or with something minimalist and better-suited for a contemporary bedroom, like the Fixed Lid showcased here. It has a low-height profile and sits below the bed and its top can be lifted to reveal a TV mounting system which can be adjusted at different heights.