Samsung's Art-Inspired TV Is Prettier Than a Painting

A digitally dashing TV that doesn't look like a TV.
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Let's face it- televisions are ugly.

There's a reason all of the drool-worthiest abodes featured in our Interiors & Home vertical constantly go without one.

Unfortunately for design purists, TV is amazing and a prerequisite for most red-blooded human beings. But what if there was a television that looked beautiful, could hide in plain view, and didn't cost $15,000 because a Danish luxury brand used exotic (and probably unnecessary) materials? Enter- The Frame by Samsung.

Incredibly thin and dripping with minimalism, the TV displays a wide range of art and photographs when turned off, mimicking a large scale piece of art in your home. With a heavily curated library of artwork from 37 world-renowned artists and photographers, it's far more than the snoozefest your Apple TV plays when left in standby. Samsung is even launching a special "Art Store," where owners of The Frame can acquire digital showcases of additional art outside of what's included, which is a welcomed touch.

Available in both a 65-inch model, priced at $2,799, and a 55-inch model, priced at $1,999, The Frame is reasonably priced for a high-end 4K with style to spare. It starts shipping on June 18 and available on Amazon