Sewell Announces the Release of the "Veranda" Wall Mount Shelf

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Today Sewell announced the release of the Veranda; a new elevated shelf designed to hold home theater equipment directly below a wall-mounted flat panel HDTV. The shelf, which also includes a cable-concealing duct, was designed in Utah at Sewell's headquarters and is meant to be a streamlined and simple solution to home theater clutter.

Veranda HDTV wall mounted shelving system by Sewell

The new Veranda HDTV wall mount shelving system by Sewell is simple to attach and holds up to 30 pounds of equipment.

The Veranda by Sewell is a shelving system designed in Utah at Sewell's headquarters and is meant to be a streamlined and simple solution to home theater clutter.

Today Sewell announced the release of the Veranda, a new elevated shelf designed to hold home theater equipment directly below a wall-mounted flat panel HDTV. The shelf, which also includes a cable-concealing duct, was designed in Utah at Sewell's headquarters and is meant to be a streamlined and simple solution to home theater clutter.

Sewell is offering two versions of the Veranda shelving system, one that comes with a wall mount bracket for LCD/Plasma screens, and another that is the wall mount shelf system alone. "We designed the Veranda to fit universally onto virtually any wall mount bracket that uses tilting arms that attach to the back of HDTVs," said Greg Petersen, the chief designer and engineer on the Veranda project. This was achieved by designing the Veranda's bracket attachment to mimic how the tilting arms attach to most brackets.

The Veranda's shelf surface is a pre-drilled wood with a melamine finish and the system is rated to hold 30 pounds. The shelf connects to two arms that also serve as ducts to run cables to the HDTV, and rubber edge trim ensures that the heavy duty metal doesn't scratch the wall surface behind it. Sewell's new Veranda is available now for presale and will start shipping out on May 14th.

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