Ateca Vision is challenging “poorly constructed, unimaginative” furniture that’s often used to plonk our LCD and plasma flat screen TVs on, by introducing a range of furniture created by one of France’s leading furniture makers.
The Ateca Monaco comes in black, red, or white, and can handle up to 60 inch screens. It is constructed from toughened glass shelves and wood, with integrated cable management to hide the mass of wires that are a necessity of modern consumer electronics.
It retails for £349.99 (42 inch) or £399.99 (60 inch).
The Ateca Bordeaux comes in oak or walnut finish, and is apparently “designed to appeal to older customers with more conservative tastes”. It’s finished in traditional wood, and also features cable management.
It will accommodate up to 50 inch screens and costs £399.99.
The Ateca Marseille comes in black, accepting up to 42 inch screens, and is supposed to complement the current trend of high-gloss black screens. It costs £249.9
Finally, the entry level Ateca Classique comes in black or clear, and accommodates up to 42 inch screens, costing from £109.99 to £149.99.