Sponsored GIVEAWAY! by Frame Your TV

” Frame Your TV Ltd was launched in late 2010 by 2 young London based entrepreneurs Sagi Goldfein and Drew Bernstein. They saw a gaping gap in the interior design sector for a solution to the age old problem of how to integrate (or even hide) the wall mounted flat screen TV. How often is it the case, that after investing $$ in beautiful furnishings, fabrics and finishes, the good old flat screen is simply mounted on the wall, as the somewhat dominant and ugly focal point of the room?

Make your TV blend into your interior

With Frame Your TV, the TV seamlessly blends with its decor. Modern, classical, ornate, traditional, wacky, minimalist, or none of the aforementioned, Frame Your TV has a solution.

Ornate silver frame with mirror

With the stunning and clever mirror frame, the TV magically transforms into a mirror the instant it is switched off. The problem of integrating the TV has been solved in a stylish, imaginative and creative way…it can now literally become a work of art! The other way we can hide the TV is by means of integrating a silent electric blind system inside a frame, with a the customer’s choice of print. Using a remote control the blind rolls seamlessly down over the front of the TV when not in use.

My Favorite! Chrome TV frame…. edgy and ready to rock an office, boutique or boudoir!

Frame Your TV is specified in discerning homeowners properties, commercial companies, hotels, golf clubs, bars and restaurants. Our biggest current projects include a multiple order at Queens Crescent, Gleneagles Golf Course, Scotland (14 exclusive £10m+ properties) and a large order for the Central London office of one of BBC TV’s “Dragons Den” entrepreneurs.

White frame to complement the bathroom’s interior

Early projects in 2012 include a boutique hotel and a horse racecourse.

Outdoor TV by Frame your TV

We love being challenged by unusual client requirements and look forward to hearing yours! ”

These frames work perfect for custom mill work units, bathroom mirrors and over the tub, games rooms, receptions, hospitality and bedrooms to name a few.

HOW TO ENTER & WIN A CUSTOM FRAME FOR YOUR TV FROM FRAMEYOURTV?!

Enter the GIVEAWAY in any of the ways below BEFORE APRIL 17, 2012 (the first day of the Milan furniture fair)… each entry will be awarded one ballot into the draw. This competition is international so I expect some entries from Timbuktu, Alaska and Antarctica. Winner will be drawn at random and contacted directly via e-mail by Frame your TV for coordination and shipping. Note moving artwork frame options are not available for this giveaway.

  1. Drop a comment below telling me what style & size of frame you need (be inspired by visiting the FrameYourTV website), what country you live in and where you will put it. Be sure to add your email address so we can contact you.
  2. tweet ” Global #GIVEAWAY @luxuryInteriors I want to win a luxury frame from @PaulWhite45 http://bit.ly/H5Zlma “
  3. Follow @luxuryinteriors & @PaulWhite45 on twitter for an extra ballot

Good luck!

 

FOLLOWUP:

Congratulations to Christina Carlos of Dubai UAE for winning the Frame Your TV Giveaway!!!

30 thoughts on “Sponsored GIVEAWAY! by Frame Your TV

  1. This is such a cool idea I love it.. I would put it in my bedroom we have a 32 inch flatscreen in there.. as for the choice of frame I really like the Ornate frame White gold leaf finish. But the movable art ones are really neat to..this is such a great giveaway thanks so much at a chance for such a neat product.

    I live in the Usa.

  2. such a great product! every client would love to have this!
    well, i have a 50inch at home (dubai, uae). would like to dressed it up with the chrome frame. hope i could get one, soon!
    tks!

  3. style Paterna in Walnut size 55″ . I would use this in my living room above the fireplace! I live in the US. What an innovative product!
    Noelle

  4. says FrameYourTV site is under maintenance. I love the black one in the pic above though. united states.
    i would put it in my living room above my fireplace.
    Amanda

  5. I think I would like the 3DTional frame for my 51″ TV. They are all so beautiful, awesome idea!

    Canada

    I’d place it in my family room.

    Talex

  6. I love love LOVE the idea of the TV mirror. We live and a small open concept home and this would solve soo many design problems!!
    As far as the frame goes I like the 3Dtional for my 42″ TV.
    I’m from Toronto, Canada.
    :)
    Ingrid

  7. I love the moveable art one, I have a 50 inch and live in the US. I would put this in my living room.Thanks! What a great idea:)
    Julie

  8. we have 42″ and I like the style of tv mirror and moving artwork. I will place it on our living room

    from japan

    Gustosa

  9. What a unique idea! My bedroom TV is 42″ and I would love to frame it for my wall with either fabric or leather. It would look amazing I’m sure. :-) I live in Ontario Canada.
    Jeanette

  10. I am Following both @luxuryinteriors & @FrameYourTV on Twitter as JeannetteNL

  11. I think our TV is a 40″. I love the ornate frames, but I think the La Classico would look the best with our decor. I also really like the mirror option. What a great way to hide the TV when it’s not in use!
    Kimberly

  12. Great idea. Would love the mirror to hide the 52 ” above the fireplace in the family room in our home in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
    Swee

  13. Wow, what a neat idea to incorporate art with TV. The silver finish frame looks so modern and would look good in any office. I live in Calgary, AB the Stampede City.
    Jola

  14. Our TV is 42″. I love the more ornate styles of TV frames! Such a cool idea!
    I live in Douglasville, GA… outside of Atlanta.
    Abie

  15. Great idea and solution to the “TV” issue from decorating view.
    Would like the black leather frame for my 50″ in Family room in Canada.
    Terry

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