Contrary to what you may assume, the TV lift cabinet was not recently invented. They have actually been around for a while, but they have only recently seen an explosion in popularity. They were mostly reserved for the elite but now they are finding their place in an array of homes across the country, even studio apartments. If you are just now being introduced to them you may be wondering why they are deemed so special; aside for their obvious beauty.
One of the main reasons to choose a TV lift cabinet for your home is to save space. Since the lift is integrated into a dresser or fireplace, you can eliminate the need for two pieces of furniture and only have one. If you have a small studio apartment, you will appreciate combining two décor pieces in one to free up some valuable real estate.
According to feng shui practitioners, every element in a room generates energy. This is why a small room often feels cluttered; there is just too much energy for space. What’s really interesting is that electronics are known to create the most energy. Therefore, if you have the ability to hide the TV when not in use, you naturally reduce clutter.
When the last thing you see and feel before you close your eyes to sleep is the clutter of the room, you can expect poor sleep quality. It takes longer for a busy mind to fall asleep and it is harder for it to stay asleep because it is more likely to not reach a deep enough sleep state. This means that you won’t wake up feeling as refreshed as you should. This also means that you could be compromising your health. A TV lift cabinet hides your television when not in use, so there is less negative energy being created. This dictates to a room that feels less cluttered.
Protect Your Investment
Televisions are not cheap investments, and leaving them out all the time is just asking for trouble. A thief may notice it through the window and decide to help themselves, or a neighborhood kid could hit a baseball through that same window and break the television. Of course, there is always the chance of it getting soaked when you accidentally leave the window open, or the cat decides to use it as a scratching post. It just makes sense to protect it when it is not being used.