Creating something magical often involves stepping out of your comfort zone. In addition to well-known media, quality artwork now appears in digital form. This innovation means adapting the way we think about using artwork and technology in our homes. In contrast to the traditional home gallery wall that works to camouflage a television by surrounding it with art, new innovations, such as The Frame, allow the television to integrate seamlessly and naturally into your arrangement – and become part of your decor. We love how it adjusts its display based on a room’s lighting and colour scheme, so the artwork looks like an actual painting rather than a ubiquitous TV screen. Even better, an energy-saving feature switches it off when you leave the room. Housed in a unit with such a sleek and sophisticated profile, The Frame has bridged the gap between art and technology.