Salamander Designs Ltd.

Salamander Launches Support Program
September 29, 2008

Salamander Designs Ltd. announced last week that it has launched a new dealer support program for its latest line of mounts and other furniture. The program includes an interactive display kiosk for the company’s mounts, as well as design centers and tools meant to assist sales. For more on the company, visit www.salamanderdesigns.com

Ottomans from Salamander Designs
June 10, 2008

Salamander Designs, Ltd., introduces the Jump Seat Ottoman (pictured) and the Storage Ottoman. The Jump Seat Ottoman unfolds to reveal a hide-away theater seat. The Storage Ottoman unfolds to reveal a capacious compartment (24.5 inches wide x 20.5 inches deep x 7.25 inches high), ideal for keeping game systems, accessories, DVDs and other media. The Jump Seat features a patent pending mechanism that helps the top smoothly rise into a vertical position, revealing a padded seat and backrest. The seat is 21.5 inches wide x 14.5 inches deep, with the back rest 22 inches high. A cup holder and a small compartment for remote

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December 21, 2007

The Connecticut-based home theater and electronics design firm Salamander Designs, Ltd. has announced the availability of a wide array of new mounting products for LCD and plasma TV sets. The products are available now, and will be demonstrated in January at International CES in Las Vegas. The mounts will be released under several brand names, including, Flexo, Luna Ceiling, PilotMotion, Plano, and Zoom Desk, and will work with speakers as well as mounts. The products range in price from $59 to $599. For more information and a look at the full line, visit www.salamanderdesigns.com

New Rooms, New Options
December 1, 2007

The home theater furniture market is broadening with the proliferation of flat-panel TVs. As flat panel TVs are no longer limited to the high-end user or to the great room, vendors are designing a/v furniture for a wider variety of living situations—whether it be renters who can’t wall-mount their plasmas, or home owners buying second and third flat-panels for other areas of their home. “Not everyone is in a position to mount the TV on a wall,” said Sanus Systems founder and general manager Jim Wohlford. At CES, Sanus will introduce its Vertical Foundations line, which features a spine-like pillar attached to