Custom Wall Rotates TV
The 96-inch-wide Bronson Room Divider creates visual separation and rotates a flat-panel TV 180 degrees.
Bronson Room Divider
The Bronson Room Divider can physically separate one area from another in a large room while offering a place to store a big-screen TV.
July 06, 2007 by EH Staff

Most master suites are designed to give their occupants plenty of elbow room for things like reading nooks, kitchenettes and entertainment systems. And while all those extras can help turn the supersize space into a self-sufficient hideaway, having too much open area can make a master suite feel, well, a bit cold and impersonal.

IcOn Furniture Collection offers an easy way to cozy up a spacious master suite while providing a way to view a flat-panel TV from more than one vantage point.

The Bronson Room Divider creates visual separation between sections of the room without sacrificing the open, airy feel. Measuring 96 inches wide, 84 inches high and 24 inches deep, the unit also offers storage for a flat-panel TV up to 50 inches, which can be rotated 180 degrees at the touch of a finger to face the opposite direction.

In keeping with the clean, metropolitan design, the divider has storage for DVDs, CDs and other accessories. A built-in cable management system prevents the audio and video wires from becoming tangled when the TV is turned.

The $6,999 piece is shipped to and assembled at your home by a trained delivery team. It is available in a variety of wood finishes, and the front of the unit comes in white, black or mirror.

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