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A Timeline Of British Television: Part Five

A Timeline Of British Television: Part Five

The fifth and final part of the blog post series takes us through the last few years. Many changes have been made, not only to the technology behind TV but to how we view it in our home and what we enjoy watching. Whilst some shows such […]

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6 Of The Best Gadgets For Your Home’s Living Space

6 Of The Best Gadgets For Your Home’s Living Space

As the world gets more connected, so do our homes. Technology has taken over the world of work, rest and play, with more people meeting on dating apps than ever before, more people maintaining friendships online and a global workforce coming together online it’s about time our […]

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Interior Design Trends for 2015

Interior Design Trends for 2015

Rumours suggest that 2015 will be the year for reinventing classy luxury and versatility when it comes to interior design. The new trends for 2015 will include classic, retro and contemporary design ideas and teaming them with exotic motifs and artistic details. Pantone, a global colour authority, has […]

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Mirror and Art TVs at Essential Install Live!

Mirror and Art TVs at Essential Install Live!

Frame Your TV at the Essential Install Live Trade Show Essential Install Live is one of the major events on Frame Your TV’s calendar. It gives us the opportunity to show peers and potential customers our incredible Mirror and Art TVs. Mirror & Art TVs Our exhibition […]

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What Are The Differences Between Plasma, LED and LCD Televisions?

What Are The Differences Between Plasma, LED and LCD Televisions?

Whilst outwardly an LCD, Plasma and LED TV do not look particularly different, appearances can be deceiving. Despite modern televisions achieving the much sought-after sleek and understated look, they actually use completely different technologies, although the main difference between LED and LCD is that LEDs use a […]

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A Timeline Of British Television: Part Four

A Timeline Of British Television: Part Four

The penultimate part of the blog post series leads us through royal weddings and the digitalisation of the industry. If you haven’t already, make sure to read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of our comprehensive history of British Television. 1980 The first broadcast of BBC2’s […]

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Choosing The Right Mirror For Your Home

Choosing The Right Mirror For Your Home

When decorating your new home, or redecorating your old one, decor can add that final touch of personality to a room. Whether its the colour scheme of your household accessories or the layout of the room, its necessary to acknowledge the importance of the flow and decor […]

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A Timeline of British Television Part Three

A Timeline of British Television Part Three

Part one and part two led us through the birth of television technology and the effects of the second world war, part three now makes steps through the beginning of some of the most popular television shows in history. 1960 Sir Hugh Carleton Greene took over as […]

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Project of the Month: Mirror TVs in Preston

Project of the Month: Mirror TVs in Preston

Following on from April’s feature on the Cromlix Hotel, for May’s Project of the Month we visit a recent residential installation we completed in Preston. This installation consisted of four framed TVs, two of which feature mirror glass, in three properties in a single Preston-based development. The […]

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A Timeline Of British Television: Part Two

A Timeline Of British Television: Part Two

The Second In Our Series About The History Of British TV In part one we saw British broadcasting shut down due to the second world war, but how did developments pick up again when the war ended? 1941 The first demonstration of 600-line electronic, stereoscopic television in […]

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