With different frame types and different applications the side view of our frames will vary. This article will explain more and provide overview visuals.
Recessed TV (in-wall)
Depending on our various frame collections and if your TV is going to be recessed in the wall or mounted on the surface of the wall, the following images will give you a better feel for the side view of your new TV Art Cover to hide your TV.
From this image you can see how the frame will extend to overlap the recess to give you a nice finished look. The frame will be roughly 3/4" of an inch from the wall to allow for access to be able to remove the frame.
We offer a variety of TV Art Cover Installation Methods to accommodate all types of scenarios and wall mount types you might choose to use. Please note that the wall mount for the actual TV is not included with a TV Art Cover (unless you choose our Integrated Mount System) Contact us to discuss which install method would be best for your application.
Standard & Artisan
The following is an example of a fully recessed Artisan Collection frame that is a 22k gold hand guided museum frame.
Side depths vary for each hardwood profile up to 3.5" deep and stained to match the face of the frame. For recessed TV's the side of the hardwood frame is cut down. To achieve this look you can use the L Brackets install method, or Bracket Adapter Plate, or Integrated Mount System.
Surface Mounted TV (on-wall)
Standard & Artisan
These collections have a metal 3" side for the motorized subframe which slips over the face of the TV. Shown here is the L brackets mounting method. You may also opt for the Bracket Adapter Plate for a less visible bracket in areas with extreme side views.
Side depths vary for each hardwood profile up to 3.5" deep and stained to match the face of the frame and wrap around the sides of the subframe. To achieve this look, use the Bracket Adapter Plate mounting method.
The 3" subframe for the motorized art mechanism slides over the face of the TV to conceal the sides of the TV. To achieve this look you can use the L Brackets install method, or Bracket Adapter Plate mounting method.