In 2003, Tim and Gretchen Gilbertson had an idea: products that bridge the gap between technology and décor. With innovation at the heart of the business, Séura continues to drive its products to new and unexplored territories. Every product is engineered and hand-crafted in Séura’s facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Séura Evolution

The earliest versions of Séura products were assembled in Tim and Gretchen’s garage workshop. As interest in their ideas accelerated, so did their production. The first product line was formulated: Séura’s Enhanced Series vanshing TV Mirrors.

As demand grew, so did Séura. The Premier Series, Deco Series, Lumination Collection, and Hydra Waterproof Television were added to the line.

The Séura Name (seer-ah)

Best known for his iconic “Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte,” painter Georges-Pierre Seurat spurred the pointillist movement. By altering the eye’s perception of a picture with tiny points of color, Seurat’s pointillist methods mimic images produced by the pixels of a television. Derived from “Seurat,” Séura strives to elevate luxury technologies to fine-art status.