Product Spotlight: Seura TV Mirrors

Ah, the television.  America’s long lasting love affair with the “small screen” is stronger than ever, and with the advent of  LED TVs the screens really aren’t that small anymore. Over time, prices have fallen as technology has improved, making big 65” televisions the norm in family rooms.  But, as any interior designer will tell you, there is a catch.  No matter how thin the television, how narrow the bezel, how flushly wall-mounted, or how beautiful the image, you’re still hanging a big, black box on the wall.

A Wisconsin based company, Seura, brings hope.  Seura produces beautiful, mirrored televisions in all shapes and sizes, winning the hearts and minds of TV buffs and decorators alike.  When powered off, A Seura screen is indistinguishable from a mirror. But when the television is turned on, a brilliant LED television picture shines through. Seura also offers a wide array of frames to match any decor, and custom frames can be used as well.  

TV Art

Seura mirror televisions aren’t just for Living Rooms or Bedrooms.  Their product offerings range from bathrooms, to kitchens, and even outdoors.  Check out their website,, for more information and come down to Realm to see our 55” Seura TV on display in our “Invisible Room”. Realm is an authorized Seura TV seller, installer, and integrator.

In the bedroom...

...Or the bath.

Simply control your sunlight...

Take advantage of the summer sun while you still can!  Yes, you can channel your inner Helios* and control the sunlight in your home.

QMotion Shades and Lutron both have options to set shades to open and close at preprogrammed times.  Setting your location allows shades to open and close with sunrise and sunset.   Or, have window treatments close automatically too prevent your favorite furnishings and rugs from fading while the afternoon sun streams in the windows.  Also, make sure your afternoon nap is as long as you want it to be...set the windows to stay closed until you open them. 

Visit us at 140 Water Street to see the shades in action. 

*Helios, Greek mythology character that drove the sun chariot....just what I recall from  Edith Hamilton’s Mythology from high school.


QMotion Shades via Pinterest:

QMotion Shades via Pinterest:

Lutron shades via Pinterest

Lutron shades via Pinterest

Savant Video Tiling

Realm recently deployed one of the country's first Savant SmartView Video Tiling Systems at our design center at 140 Water St. in South Norwalk.  This exciting new technology allows a single display to display up to nine HD video sources with a 'slick viewing experience controlled and personalized through the power of Savant's TrueControl iPad app.'