I could not be more excited about today’s post. It’s my finishing solution to my new apartment: The Frame TV by Samsung. When decorating my apartment I didn’t know what to do about the television. Everything was so clean and white. Sure, I have pops of color from my couch and artwork. But a big black rectangle ruining the space got my head spinning. So when Samsung wanted to collaborate for their new The Frame TV I was ecstatic. Finally, I had a decor solution!
In case you’re not familiar with The Frame TV it’s beyond genius. I seriously don’t know how someone didn’t think of it sooner! The TV hangs directly against your wall, just like a piece of art. You can customize the framing using the interchangeable bezels. I obviously went with white, but there are also oak and walnut wood options to match it to your home.
There are two viewing modes on The Frame. In Art mode, you can choose from a built-in library, which holds a large selection of artwork (over 100 pieces!). There is everything from drawings to paintings to landscapes. That way, you can switch it up to make your home feel like an art gallery or like you’re looking out through a window into serene wildlife.
Even cooler? You can upload your own photos to The Frame library! When guests come over you can display their pictures on your television. Right now, I have a digital holiday card on my TV as a festive way to greet guests into my new space.
In TV mode, it works just like a regular television… only better. There’s no need for third-party TV systems because The Frame is a smart TV. You can access all your favorite holiday movies and Netflix and Hulu shows directly through The Frame’s clean white remote. And the quality is amazing, thanks to 4K HDR.
Since the TV is a piece of art, I’m using it as a centerpiece for my holiday decorating. Instead of a traditional Christmas tree, I worked with Unique Floral Designs to create this holiday garland around my media console. You can tie up greenery from your local florist and drape it for a similar vibe. Bonus? It smells delicious. We added a few small vases of fresh flowers then played with decorative objects I already had in my home. I can’t wait to keep playing with the space for every holiday in 2018!
Click here to learn more about Samsung’s Frame TV…
and Merry Everything!
Photos by Michelle Kyle
Turtleneck: 525 America (similar here and here)
Jeans: Express (similar)
Nails: Essie Gel Couture “Gold Gilding”
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TV: The Frame by Samsung / Console: Joss & Main / Blossom: John-Richard Collection / Snow Globe: Z Gallerie / Ornaments: Amazon / Dog: CB2 / Candle: Capri Blue / Fairy Lights: Amazon / Trees: similar here
*Thank you to Samsung for partnering on this post.*
You have a great taste in interior decor! I love having unique and beautiful art pieces as decor in my home too. 🙂
Thanks so much Natali!
Hi, Sydne. I know this is an old post, but I’m wondering if you know the name or model number of the Joss and Main console? I can’t find it on the site, so I’m assuming it’s dicontinued. Hoping I can still find one on eBay or somewhere.
Hi!! I love that beautiful picture of the red birds. Do you know where you sourced it?
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