The Brandon Hidden Pop-up TV Cabinet blends the best of cutting edge technology and a desire for a simple style and old world craftsmanship.
Mission, Craftsman, and Arts & Crafts styles are often mixed and blended together as one, sometimes referred to as Mission Revival. Read more in Craftsman Style, a book by architectural historian Robert Winter and photographer Alexander Vertikoff. The classic mission furniture styles below feature elegantly simple designs, heavy proportion, accented joinery and wooden or brass drawer pulls. The Brandon Hidden TV Cabinet uses traditional joinery techniques and simple, clean lines to create a unique piece of furniture.
The Brandon supports soundbars in two unique ways.
The first is with a built-in solution that allows the overall height of the cabinet to be kept to a minimum. In this solution the soundbar is hidden in it’s own cavity behind 3 faux drawer faces.
The second is by attaching the soundbar to the lift mechanism. In this configuration the 3 drawer faces are functional drawers.
John W. –
We put this TV cabinet in our hunting lodge and customers really love it. It’s been mentioned in a bunch of reviews.