Each can be customised in a number of ways for a hot-looking set-up that’s totally ‘you’.
Look at this space and what do you see? Virtually unrecognisable from other offerings, this fireplace and TV form a minimal focal point you can customise to your liking. Available in various sizes and finishes and a range of fuelbeds, Escea’s DS Series fires use Zero Clearance tech to keep the wall cool, so Samsung The Frame 4.0 TVs can become part of the architecture above them. The latter provide high-end entertainment when they’re on and high art when they’re not by displaying your picks from an online gallery within a bezel in the colour of your choice. Ours is screening Aleph by Anuar Patjane Floriuk, its natural wonder well suited to this palette of raw, textural materials. Learn how you can go bespoke at: escea.com/flame-meets-frame.
BACK, FROM TOP Hanoi lampshade by Pop Corn, $618, madeindesign.co.uk. Samsung Frame 65” TV, $4499.95, samsung.com/nz. Escea DS1650 gas fireplace, from $11,495, escea.com. FRONT, FROM LEFT Togo Fireside chair by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset, POA, domo.co.nz. Persian Knot Babylon rug by Armadillo, $7870, theivyhouse.co.nz. Epic coffee table by GamFratesi for Gubi, from $5282, cultdesign.co.nz. Brumbury table lamp by Luigi Massoni for Guzzini, $3301, 1stdibs.com.