The TV Pop-Up
We all love to watch the big game or a new movie, but we don’t always love to look at a big television in our living room. We have you covered! The Western Heritage TV Pop-Up collection is the perfect solution for those who would prefer to make the TV just go away with the push of a button. Beyond the normal choices of leather or reclaimed barnwood panels, the Pop-Up mechanism can also be upgraded to swivel or have your components travel up and down with the TV. Each and every one of these pieces is unique, and sure to be the topic of conversation at your next dinner party.
Each Pop-Up is made to order, based specifically on the make and model of your television, so no two are ever the same, and “standard” doesn’t much apply here. Western Heritage uses top-of-the-line lift systems to ensure that this investment piece lasts a lifetime.
Currently we have three customizable models to choose from, a four door Heritage, a two door Heritage, and the Teton.
The grand Teton Pop-Up has all the bells and whistles typical of a Teton Collection piece. Rugged reclaimed barnwood, textural copper, and rich leather are just the beginning. Every Teton Pop-Up is crafted specifically to work with your television and components, and uses top-of-the-line lift systems for a lifetime of use. Kick up your boots, and push a button to turn on the game; push it once more to make it all go away. Live like a Cattle Baron with this spectacular combination of craftsmanship and the latest technology.
When deciding on how your new TV Pop-Up is going to look, there are a variety of wood species, milling techniques, patterns, base styles and finish options available to complement your home.
There are four default options for the doors, sides, and top panels:
If you choose to have leather, there are four color options:
If you choose to have copper panels, there are two options:
We have three options available for bases:
Television pop-ups are specialty items that are highly unique from one to the next. To properly engineer each entertainment unit, there is much detailed information that is necessary.
When considering your own unit needs, keep the following items in mind:
- Television make and model
- Component(s) make(s) and model(s)
- Additional storgae space required? (speakers, dvds, etc.)
- Power source availability
- Lifting component shelf?
- TV swivel required?