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Where To Buy Awesome Art For Samsung The Frame TV

Samsung The Frame is a TV that’s designed to look like art when you’re not using it. It turns what is usually a big black eyesore into an attractive feature, and, in our house, the 2 Frame TVs we’ve purchased certainly get heads turning.

There are a couple of different ways you can find art to display on your Frame TV, which I covered in my last post. But the secret I’m going to let you into today is where to buy the coolest digital art prints that will look more like an authentic painting on your Frame TV.

It took me a couple of months of owning the Frame to realise I didn’t have to display the same artwork as everyone else. While a subscription to the Samsung Art Store offers up over 1200 art pieces, there were very few that fit in with our décor style or colour themes, and furthermore,  I started to notice on social media that everyone else was using them too.

So, I dug around and did a bit of research into how I could find unique art for the Frame TV that better suited my love of landscapes, abstract and vintage art, and I uncovered some really cool digital art stores that offer exactly that.

Below are my favourite places to purchase beautiful digital art for Samsung The Frame TV, plus a few tips on how to upload it and make it look more authentic.

Please note: This is not a sponsored post. We purchased our Frame TVs and artwork ourselves and just think they are awesome. This post may contain some affiliate links. Click here for details.

Where to purchase digital art prints for the Samsung Frame TV

1. Juniper Print Shop

French Port by Juniper Print Shop

The Juniper Print Shop turns up a lot in my Instagram feed as so many of my favourite interiors and home accounts hang Juniper prints in their homes. I recently discovered that Juniper even stock digital art prints of one of my favourite artists Laurie Anne Gonzalez.

I mentioned Laurie Anne in my post on my favourite places to buy affordable art as I’ve purchased a few prints of her landscape paintings. In the Juniper Print Shop you can buy her ice-cream coloured painting of a French Port or this beach landscape inspired by Montauk.

Psst: Sign up to the Juniper newsletter and you get 10% off your first order.

2. BFF Print Shop

BFF Print Shop is run by a photographer and interior designer who clearly have a great eye for art. I really like their Vintage collection of prints that have gorgeous rich toned landscapes and portraits. Two of their prints are featured in this post – Elm Tree Landscape and Heaven.

Once downloaded you will need to resize these prints using the free resizer app. Resize to exactly 3840 x 2160 and then upload via the SmartThings App. Need help? Check out the BFF Print Shop on Instagram. They have a Samsung Frame highlight on their profile with a full tutorial.

Top tip: When downloading your prints to your phone create a new album especially for the Frame TV as this makes it easier for the SmartThings App to recognise the images.

3. Collection Prints

Collection Prints on Samsung the Frame
Wetlands Ii by Collection Prints

Collection Prints is an affordable art store run by interiors blogger Katie Staples. (Side note: Her home is stunning. Check it out at @halfway_wholeistic)

I really love the more neutral and earthy tones in the Collection Prints range and that’s why I’ve purchased Wetlands II and Putty. (So far!)

Once you’ve made a purchase you’ll be emailed a zip file with your digital download in several aspect ratios. Look for the one labelled Samsung Frame, as this has been handily set to the optimal size already.

Note: You can totally print all the digital downloads you purchase too if you’d like to frame them somewhere other than your TV in future.

4. Etsy

You can find digital art stores on Etsy too.  Just type in ‘Samsung Frame TV art’ to find sellers like Bungalow Thyme who sell instant downloads for just a fiver each.

Bungalow Thyme have some really cool travel photography if you fancy transporting yourselves to Venice or the Philippines.

I also found some really cool watercolour landscapes by Nuuillustrations and some lovely vintage style art by Wanderlust Print Collection.

Click here to read more about my favourite places to buy vintage art online plus where to have digital downloads printed affordably.

How to make the art on your Frame TV look more authentic

Stunning textured digital art by Juniper Print Shop

Once you’ve chosen your beautiful art prints there are a couple of ways you can make them look more like a realistic picture or painting than a TV.

Firstly, you have the option to add a mount. Push the up button on your TV remote while in Art Mode and select Options+. This will bring up a couple of different mount options that you can customize with different colours to suit the artwork.

Secondly, you can adjust the brightness and colour tone in the Art Mode settings if your picture is looking a little glare-y. This blog post by Juniper has a bit more advice on that.

Thirdly, schedule a slideshow of your favourite artwork. If you can’t decide on just one picture to display on the TV, set the frame to display a slideshow of your art prints so you get a new piece of art to look at every time you come back in the room. (Note: The TV has a motion sensor so if it’s gone into stand-by mode it will come back on when you walk past it. How cool it that!)

I use the SmartThings App to set a slideshow by going to Art Mode – Browse – My Collection – Slideshow.

I hope that helps any Samsung The Frame owners get the most out of it. I’m sure you’ll get many people exclaiming ‘That’s a TV?!’ or “I love your painting!’ once you upload some of these digital art prints.

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I'm a freelance blogger and writer who loves boutique hotels, brunching and shopping. I've been blogging for 11 years, visited 60+ countries and called London, Sydney, Melbourne and (oh so briefly) New York home at various points during the last decade. We purchased our first home during the pandemic & have been infusing it with a feeling of travel while we wait to see the world again.

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