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What to do with my TV now that’s it’s already on the wall.

It’s all in the trend of living room decor. More and more people are realizing that it’s not enough to mount their TV on the wall. They want something more. There are 3 popular option, TV mirror, TV frame, roll up TV art. But which is the right option for me?

First TV mirror, cost $2,000 and up, practicality low. It’s great when you don’t use your TV at all, but if you do. You will quickly realized that the glare produce by the tv mirror is causing you to want to smash it with a hammer. No way by any mean should you get a TV mirror if you are planning to use your TV, plus the fact that it cost 4 times the price of your TV, should keep you a million miles away from it.

Then you have the motorized TV art. Cost? $1,500 and up. Benefit? not much except it look real cool when you are not watching TV.

TV FRAME WWW.LCDFASHION.COM

TV picture frame? cost? $300 and up. Benefits? makes your TV look cool (whether you’re watching or not), compliment your current decor, allow you to used it as a digital picture frame, or to display your favorite artwork. By far the most practical, beautiful, and cost efficient.

TV FRAME incorporate your TV into the home decor theme

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With the advent of flat panel TV, you can now hung it onto the wall much like a picture frame. However most people are not utilizing the benefit of having a wall hung TV. Take for example this reasoning; you wouldn’t place a plain picture or painting on the wall, you get a frame for it to make it look nice and then you hang it on the wall. Then why would you place a plain TV onto the wall? Don’t mount it to the wall framed it to the wall with the all new UNIVERSAL FRAME MOUNT. more

LCD FASHION

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As televisions evolve thinner and thinner, it’s a wonder why TV FRAME is not yet common. The main reason for this is the cost associated with framing a television. A typical 40 inch television frame cost roughly 600-900. Some may argue it rival the cost of the television itself, so why bother? On the other hand there are a small group of people who thinks spending 600-900 is worth the money. However one must not forget the misc cost associated with TV framing. The infrared repeater cost $70-160, and wall mount about 60-150. Without infrared repeater you can just forget about your remote being able to function normally, and without a wall mount you just can’t have a frame on the TV itself. more

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