Gem HID­DEN

This is­sue, we set­tle the de­bate about sac­ri­fic­ing style for sub­stance when buy­ing a big-screen TV.

Canadian Living - - Home & Garden -

Q My hus­band wants a gi­ant TV, but it won’t fit with the style of my for­mal liv­ing room. Any ideas?

It’s def­i­nitely true that tele­vi­sions don’t al­ways ex­ude el­e­gance, but for many peo­ple, it’s un­re­al­is­tic not to have one in the liv­ing room. Short answer: In­stall a wall­mounted TV and hang art around it to draw the eye else­where. Long answer: Look for an item like The Frame, by Sam­sung, a 4K TV and piece of art in one. De­signed to ap­pear just as a pic­ture frame would on a wall, it comes loaded with 100 pieces of gallery-wor­thy art­work, so when you’re not view­ing your favourite pro­grams and the TV is off, its Art Mode fea­ture dis­plays a piece of art on the screen. There’s one in the photo at right—did you spot it? I’m ex­cited by this in­no­va­tive tech­nol­ogy—it will be per-fect for homes like yours.

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