Media Décor, LLC today announced that seven of its Elite Moving Art Series units have been installed at Riley McDermott’s, a unique new restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, to conceal its flat-panel TVs when not in use.
Riley McDermott’s is one of the most exciting new restaurants to open in South Florida. The restaurant features a chef’s table that can be reserved for a unique dining experience with an unobstructed kitchen view and a custom tasting menu prepared and served by the chef de cuisine. An upper-level mezzanine consists of a full-service bar, customized menus, and entertainment. Enclosed in a private dining room, the wine room surrounds diners with more than 600 bottles of wine in an elegant setting.
To complement the restaurant’s private dining and comfortable lounge, Riley McDermott’s focused on surrounding customers with unique décor. To this end, it utilized seven of Media Décor’s Elite Moving Art Series units to conceal flat-panel TVs located throughout the restaurant.
“We chose Media Décor because its concept and art helps set the ambiance we were looking for in Riley McDermott’s. It absolutely complements all aspects of the restaurant in its entirety,” said Anthony McDermott, owner of Riley McDermott’s.
Media Décor’s Elite motorized art units are custom-built to hide flat panel displays up to 120″ wide. The unit can be integrated into a universal remote or control panel allowing the user to hit just one button to open the art and turn on the TV.
Media Décor offers a diverse array of more than 950 art selections ranging from the world’s great masters to contemporary and urban artists. Clients also have the option of using their own artwork or photography.
In addition to its motorized art frames, Media Décor also offers framed mirrors that transform to reveal the video image and motorized lifts that move an entire framed painting, mirror, or panel to reveal the TV, returning to the original position when the TV is turned off.