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If you’re like us, you’ve probably spent a fair amount of time this year binge-watching your favorite TV show, whether it’s Succession or Selling Sunset. So we’re not surprised that the Samsung Frame TV was the most-clicked product in our Black Friday sales roundup last weekend. All you need to do is switch off the framed TV to transform it into one of 1,400 über-realistic works of art (the screen brightness automatically adjusts based on the light in your space). Black, beige, white, or walnut: You can even pick your favorite frame’s finish for an even more seamless result. While it’s still on sale for $528 at Amazon, check out how a few people we’ve featured have incorporated the gadget into their homes. 

Build It In

Courtesy of the Hunter Houses 

DIY plaster-coated niches are the ultimate way to hide your TV in plain sight. Just make sure to measure everything you plan to put inside first (including the Frame) for a perfect fit.

Sconces Framing

Photography by Marcella Dilonardo 

Treat the Frame like an actual painting: Take inspiration from Canadian creative Marcella DiLonardo and mount wall sconces on both sides.

Blurred Lines

Photography by Kylie Fitts 

This one is for the true TV haters. The owners of this Denver loft decided to incorporate their Frame into a gallery wall of other landscapes and portraits. You can’t tell which artwork is real and which is a mirage.