Media Décor has launched a new web site with a redesigned, contemporary look and improved navigation.
Links on the home page now go directly to product information, art and frame choices, resources, and contact.
The Art Galleries, with over 3,000 images, are searchable by category, by color or by artist. Approximately 1,000 new images have been added. Vintage posters, iconic images from British Pathe News, an expanded Asian gallery and new works from our Limited Edition artists round out the original selection of Classical and Contemporary art.
The standard frames are now supplemented by hundreds of optional designer frames including Roma and Larson Juhl. Firenza finished corner frames are handmade, hand painted and finished with real karat gold.
Media Décor has also introduced their newest moving art, the Allure. The Allure offers a solution to hiding thing flat panel displays, and is a finalist in CEDIA’s Manufacturers’ Excellence Awards, 2011 Best New Product. The contemporary frame design is 3 inches wide with a 3 inch depth to the wall. Frames are available in a number of colors, with a finish of high gloss lacquer.
Z-Extrusion hardware (included) mounts the unit directly to the wall over the TV. Powered by a Lutron Sivoia Electronic Drive Unit with a noise level of <44dBA, the artwork silently rolls up when the TV is on.
The company says that additional new artwork and new features are still to be added.