How to add your own art or photos to the Samsung Frame TV

November 16, 2020

How to add your own art or photos to the Samsung Frame TV

I’ve never wanted the tv to be a focal point of the home, and so we always put it to the side on a console. We had the same small tv for ten years, and after living in the new house, we were stuck with the problem of not having a space for one other than above the fireplace. I really just wanted to put a large art there, and so when Amazon Prime Day had a Samsung Frame TV offer, we finally bit the bullet! I love it so much, because it looks like a real work of art that you can change up whenever you like, and then switch to tv mode for family movies. We basically can’t purchase anything for the rest of the year now though…l.o.l.

How to add your own art or photos to the Samsung Frame TV

I wasn’t digging how choppy the flow of the first floor was feeling either so we moved some things around, and now it feels much more open! Eventually will add some additional seating. I thought I would go ahead and share how you can add your own art or photos to the Samsung Frame TV, since it is such a game changer!

How to add your own art or photos to the Samsung Frame TV

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​​​​​​​How to add your own art or photos to the Samsung Frame TV:

  1. Download Samsung’s free SmartThing App and connect it to your TV
  2. The key to adding your own art is to make sure you have the exact ratio set of 16:9 or 3840 x 2160 pixels. (You can use the photoshop or PicMonkey to do this.)
  3. Within the app, select Art Mode.
  4. Add your art downloads or photos. (Pictured above is “The Races” art download.)
  5. There are options for mats, but I think the no mat option looks the most like authentic art.
  6. Select SET. That’s it!

We have the 65 in. size for reference. It came with a wall install kit for the floating art look, but it also comes with two standing feet to set on top of a mantle or console. We also ordered the click on frame in beige which was super easy to click onto the tv. The tv detects movement and light so the art stays on all day and powers off at night!

Sources of the room:
Article Sven Sofa
Article Armchair
Loloi Rug
IHOD Shop Large Frame Art
Target Candlesticks (from a few years ago)
Shelf art: Minted, Antiques, + Emily Jeffords
West Elm Coffee Table
Target Lantern and Firewood Holder
Vases: Antique stores, thrift stores, Hewitt Garden & Design Center
Books are a collection of vintage books, childrens chapter books, cookboots, design books etc. we have collected over the years!

A few places you can keep an eye on for a Samsung Frame TV sale:

Samsung
Ebay
Amazon

Recognize a lot of these items from different rooms in our old home? Trying to work with what we have:) Let us know if you have any questions on this, and we are happy to answer below!

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  • Kait Saunders

    Hi there! My husband & I recently bought a frame TV on sale as well, and are trying to decide where to install it in our home. Our main hurdle is hiding the wires & the “one connect” box that are connected to the TV. What was y’all’s process for hiding the wire & bulky box?!

    Thanks!!
    Kait

    • Hi Kait, I pulled some wire through the wall and stashed it in the left side cabinet. As long as you don’t have a stud to pass through, pulling wire is generally fairly straight forward. Shoot me a DM @gabeliesemeyer if you want me to walk you through the process. I would love to try and guide you through.

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