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Hide My TV are pleased to offer you a brand new innovative product designed and manufactured in the UK, the DecoLift – Programmable TV Bracket.

This lift system is perfect for those customer who want to watch their TV at a lower position.  Ideal if you have low-lying furniture and seating as the TV appears from under the picture.  It allows you to have a picture on the wall and when you want to watch TV, your television will slide out silently below the picture and appear at eye-level position – which you can personally pre-set.



The system is wall mounted just like a TV bracket. Its built-in cable tracking system takes care of all moving wires. Cables leading into the system can be surface-mounted which is perfect if the unit needs to be retro-fitted.  Alternatively they can be buried inside the wall.


Universal for any TV

The DécoLift will conceal most panels from 28″ to 60″ subject to a maximum 50 kg; sufficient for most Plasma, LCD-LED or OLED TVs. Its telescopic picture hook and side supports let you minimise the wall profile to accomodate any TV thickness down to 2 cm.


Personalised art options

Use your own choice of artwork or photograph to be displayed in the frame – it can be easily changed whenever you want.

The TV is controlled using an infra-red handset and can also be controlled through a Creston, Lutron or other network.


Space saving design

The DécoLift can save living space by hiding any set-top boxes or AV units that fit inside the 9 cm gap between the wall and TV.


Advanced British Manufacture

This solid, robust design is based on a single moving part.  The complete system is manufactured to aerospace-grade precision, laser fabricated and hand-built  in Hertfordshire, England.


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