Style at Home - - Decorating -

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.

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