When it comes to adding a TV to an office, be it a company meeting room or a workspace within your home, decor often falls by the wayside to functionality. You want the option to display presentations, conduct video conference calls, and occasionally flip on the news or a big sports game. What if there was a way to do all of that without compromising picture quality or design?
Meet The Frame TV by Samsung. In addition to having multiple functionalities to display presentations, fine art, and, of course, TV and movies, the high-resolution picture quality of QLED means that whatever is on screen will be displayed in vibrant color and breathtaking detail. That means no more grainy PowerPoint presentations or washed out video calls.
For designers like Jeremiah Brent, of Jeremiah Brent Design, The Frame TV is the ideal addition to a workspace, including a home office. Brent partnered with Samsung to decorate a home office around The Frame TV. “It’s really about bringing things in that not only function, but that are actually beautiful, because it’s your home at the end of the day,” Brent says.
An artist from an early age, Brent taught himself how to design and build furniture. He parlayed his love of artistry and fashion into decor, and quickly gained notoriety in the interior design world by honing his signature California modern style.
“My home office was really the birthplace of my entire design career,” he explains. “I sold everything so that I could purchase my LLC, buy a desk for my living room, and a decal that I put on the wall.”
He’s since upgraded from decals to sophisticated yet functional technology. The Frame TV sets itself apart thanks to its impeccable design; with simple and clean mounting, this TV sits flush against the wall and hangs just like a real frame.1
Interchangeable bezels means you can curate the look of your TV, allowing it to seamlessly blend into the decor of any room. And the multiple ways to use the TV makes it a must-have for any office. If you need to take a break from work to catch up on your favorite series (or should we say “research”?), you’ll enjoy exceptional colors and contrasts, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the content. No time for bingeing on shows? Art Mode allows you to display museum-quality artwork that you can switch up as often as you like.2
Brent took a bold approach to designing this home office. He used forest green paint to create a half-wall around the perimeter of the space. Non-traditional office furniture like a dining room table and a shelf stacked with pillows gave the room a cozy, inviting feel. “Organization in your office doesn’t mean you have to have everything out on display,” says Brent, referring to the antique cabinets he opted for, a far cry from sterile storage racks we so often see in a workspace.
Finally, Brent emphasizes flexibility when designing a home office, specifically when it comes to seating. He added a marble accent table, which doubles as an extra desk for solo work, and a nook with comfortable armchairs for casual meetings and work breaks. “I really wanted it to feel like a place where you can be as collaborative as you want, or as singular as you want,” he says.
Looking for more design advice from Brent? Check out the video and get inspired to take your home office decor up a notch.
1 No Gap Wall-mount sold separately. Measured from rear end of the TV, the gap may differ based on the installation and wall type. A small gap between the wall and TV may occur if wall is not 100% flat or is constructed off-angle to the floor or if installed incorrectly.
2 Art pieces in the Art Store are subject to change without prior notice.