Lea Bogdan's Uplift Cabinet for Robern is a multitasking storage solution that throws in just about everything besides the bathroom sink. The aluminum and glass cabinet opens up to reveal an assortment of tech and storage features that can change the smallest room into the most interesting...
The Uplift cabinet offers outlets for up to six powered devices. It's also easy to find stored personal items as Uplift's interior lighting turns on as soon as the door is opened. Additionally, an optional night light in the cabinet's handle allows users to find their way around the bath during the night, or adds acts as a decorative accent during the day. An optional mirror defogger, which is included with the handle night light, allows for mirror use even in a steam filled room. Both options are controlled by sleek LED indicators on the cabinet interior.
People are multi-tasking in their bathrooms. As they get ready for the day or evening, they may want to learn about the latest news and weather. By incorporating an optional TV mount for an LCD television and a discreet wiring enclosure to contain all unsightly wires, the Uplift cabinet brings digital media into the bathroom without adding clutter. Using an innovative patent pending wire management system cords are hidden. The position-hold Uplift door enables users to lift the mirrored door enough to see the television and access supplies on the bottom shelf, while they can still use the mirror for grooming tasks.
We're not one to dilly-dally for long periods of time in the bathroom if we can help it (except for the occasional inadvertent snooze in the tub), but we remember our own mother spending quite a bit of time dolling up with her myriad of cremes, lotions, and other makeup formulas for long periods of time, so perhaps the idea of a LCD television inside a cabinet isn't far fetched when discussing the luxury bathroom market. It sure beats the standard medicine cabinet.