New economical framing solution allows users to conceal flat panel TVs with stylish, moving art.
Media Décor, the worldwide leader in concealment products for flat -screen displays and projection screens, has proudly introduced the Ecco Series, an affordable, easy -to -install framing solution that allows users to hide flat panel TVs with elegant pieces of moving art. Starting at $1,495, the Ecco Series offers a low -cost alternative to similar products costing twice as much.
"Both easy -to -install and economical, the Ecco Series is the perfect solution for concealing flat panel TVs in any residential or commercial setting," said Jonathan Graham, president of Media Décor. "Additionally, the Ecco Series offers dealers and interior designers greater flexibility. They now have the luxury of presenting the Ecco Series as an entry -level piece or as complementary product to our higher -end products, the Illusion Series and Elite Series."
As elegant as it is effective, the piece transforms from a framed piece of art into a digital entertainment center with the simple press of a remote. The Ecco Series offers an impressive selection of 38 pieces of exquisite, limited edition artwork and a choice of four popular frames -walnut, cream, cherry, and black -designed to match any décor. Dealers and homeowners can visualize customized Ecco Series pieces, complete with their choice of art and frame, with the use of Media Décor's Frame -it -Now program found at www.mediadecor.com.
Unlike other moving art pieces, the battery -operated Ecco Series installs in minutes with no additional wiring. Media Décor offers two models -the Ecco 42 and Ecco 50 -designed to conceal the most -commonly used flat panel TVs. The Ecco 42 stylishly accommodates most flat screens up to 43" x 26" (maximum W x H) while the Ecco 50 is designed to conceal larger applications up to 53" x 34".
For ordering information for the affordable Ecco Series, custom quotes or to experience the Frame -it -Program, visit www.mediadecor.com.
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