Samsung’s The Frame 4.0 TV and Escea’s DS Series fireplaces are a match made in heaven

Next-gen TV, digital artwork and flickering flames in one sweet spot in association with Samsung and Escea.

In association with Samsung and Escea.

Almost as if they were made for each other, Samsung’s The Frame 4.0 TV and Escea’s DS Series fireplaces go so well together, you can watch TV or artwork and flickering flames all on one wall. When not screening your next episode, the Frame 4.0 displays art you choose from an online gallery — like this photo by Tommy Clarke, which informed the colour palette of our space filled with rounded shapes that juxtapose the straight lines of the appliances visually linked by a stone surround. The other half of this hot couple is Escea’s DS Series and its Zero Clearance technology that keeps the wall around it cool enough to handle most materials — including your new TV. Find your perfect size match at:
escea.com/flame-meets-frame.

FRONT, FROM LEFT Dandy sofa by Massproductions, from $12,717; Offset coffee table by Resident, $2670, simonjames.co.nz. Shu-Ying armchair by Tim Rundle, $5779, statementid.co.nz. Arum floor lamp by Ferm Living, $1589, slowstore.co.nz. BACK, FROM TOP Samsung Frame 65” TV, $4499.95, samsung.com/nz. Radiator vases, POA, globalviews.com. Lavanza Honed stone, POA, artedomus.com. Escea DS1400 gas fireplace, from $9995, escea.com.

Interior design Juliette Wanty
Render Yaroslav Priadka

 

 

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