THE SUPER-TALENTED We Are Triibe interior designers Christina Symes and Jessica Stewart, know a thing or two about aesthetics, so when they styled a bedroom for real living, featuring the new Samsung The Frame television, it was a chance to express their love of art and how it can transform spaces in the home. Here, their bedroom concept, a dreamy palette of blues and neutrals, with layers of tactile textures, was complemented with a landscape photo by Seattle-based photographer Cody Cobb – just one of 100 pieces of art by 37 artists to choose from on Samsung’s The Frame. The television switches to art mode when not in use, allowing you to display your own artwork, photographs or a selection from Samsung’s online gallery.
Ball light in White, $550, Domo. Heirloom Collection “Agra Knot” rug in Midnight (2m x 3m), $4000, Armadillo&Co. Classicon “Odin” sofa in Harold Fabric, $10,000, Anibou. Ficus alli plant,
$895, and Contemporary Cylinder pot in Black, $495, Garden Life. Valencia TV4 cabinet in Walnut/Black, $1895, Life Interiors. Nelson Ball “Bubble” pendant in White, $840 (large), Living Edge. Sertig Alpen by Jessica Shinta original artwork, POA, We Are Triibe. A Loving Pleaser original artwork by Christiane Spangsberg, POA, Jerico Contemporary. Zanat “Nera” bowl in Maple Black, $130, Hub. Orb vase, $80, Weak End Club. Anchor “Funnel” planter in Charcoal, $375, Hub. Stellar Works “Chamber” bed in Walnut, from $6140, Living Edge. Linen quilt cover set in Stone, $365 for king, In Bed Store x Triibe. Linen fitted sheet in Dove Grey, $165 for queen, In Bed Store. Linen throw blanket in Twilight, $229, Città. Vase, $80, Katia Carletti. CHRISTINA SYMES