Custom kitchen and bath cabinetry for Northern California
(aka Bradley Custom Cabinets)
BC Cabinet
TV Pop-Up Cabinetry
by Steve B on September 6th, 2018

Happy September Everyone,
It's been a summer of temps and saws and sprayers that got little rest.   It looks like cooler temps are ahead of us and hopefully a weekend or two to call our own, before the next rush of kitchen projects get's underway.  
We recently completed a very cool and interesting project that we were wanting to take on for awhile.  We modified a clients existing cabinet to house a large screen TV that would recess and rise from the rear of the cabinet.  Both the client and we were pleased with the results.   We're always open for out of the box (or hidden in the box) projects and encourage you to contact us if you have need for such a solution. Not only does it save space, but it makes everything (TV and cabinet) easier to clean, due to the simple fact that it doesn't pickup dust while recessed. Once retracted the cabinet surfaces are easy to wipe down.  It also encourages people to not keep cluttering nick-naks ontop of the cabinet...reinforcing a cleaner, uncluttered look. 

DID YOU KNOW...TV Lifts Basics

​A Television-lift, TV-lift for short, or also TV lifting system, is an electrically powered mechanical system which lifts or moves televisions vertically or horizontally out of furniture, ceilings or partition walls. The main reason for using a TV lift system is in order to integrate a television into the existing interior design of a room without the television disrupting the overall design appearance. Due to the high overall project costs associated with TV lifts, they are regarded as a luxury product and are as a consequence most commonly to be found in more up-scale homes and apartments, conference rooms, private jets or yachts.

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Martinez, CA. 94553

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