Televisions have come a long way in the past decade—from heavy blocks of cathode ray tubes, to sleek flatscreens that can be wall-mounted.
As this technology has changed, furniture has had to adapt. Hotels across the world once housed televisions in heavyweight armoires, but following the advent of new flatscreen plasma and LCD televisions, those armoires have become cumbersome, dated and obsolete. But they’re not cheap either—they’re costly furniture assets made of solid wood. They’re certainly not something that should head to the landfill. Instead, they should be preserved and modified.
At The Refinishing Touch we specialize in re-manufacturing TV armoires, transforming them to new furniture forms that are functional, stylish and relevant to today’s hotel rooms. Our on-site armoire modification program takes one of these redundant pieces of furniture and turns it into a functional dresser and TV stand fit for the newest of televisions. We can even preserve the style and aesthetic of the original armoire if requested to do so.
Our unique on-site approach is completely non-disruptive to hotels and their guests. It also saves money and is better for the environment than buying new furniture. But why not see for yourselves?
In this visual blog post, we’re giving you an inside look at some of the armoire modifications we’ve recently completed, demonstrating how easy it is to breathe new life into the furniture you’ve already invested in. To find out more about our armoire conversion services visit our website or email us at email@example.com
Marriott Walnut Creek:
Omni Mandalay Dallas – Room 1
Omni Mandalay Dallas – Room 2:
Fairmont Boston Copley:
Crowne Plaza San Jose: