Making Memories: North Design are getting a Samsung Frame TV for Christmas
21st Dec 2018
North is a Dublin-based interior design studio known for the fresh, imaginative and beautiful spaces they create. Co-founders Lauren Martin and Louise Rankin have a wide breadth of experience, from high-end residential design to photography, meaning the spaces they create feel balanced, and are considered down to the last detail. From rejuvenating a room to creating a look for an entire home, the duo bring their expertise and eye to each project, and work with their clients closely to ensure they create the space of your dreams.
As women with impeccable taste, top of their wishlist for Christmas this year was the Samsung Frame TV. When not in use, it becomes a work of art, blending in seamlessly with whatever your style is. Its customisable frame is available in a range of finishes, including warm walnut or sleek black, so whether you’re into modern minimalism or more traditional interiors, it won’t look out of place in your room. And if you redecorate, you can even change your frame to match. It’s attached magnetically, so easy to change.
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Lauren and Louise know the importance of beautiful art in finishing off a room, and with the Samsung Frame TV there’s endless choice when it comes to what you can have. With the Samsung Art Store you can choose your own curated gallery to change periodically: from iconic works of art to beautiful photography and modern designs, there’s something to suit every taste.
What’s more, everything from your artworks to your favourite films are shown in stunning 4K ultra-high definition, for better clarity and vivid colours. Its smart features also mean it’s simple to switch from apps to on-demand viewing, and back to beautiful art when you’re done.
To see more of the Samsung Frame TV, watch the video of Lauren and Lousie above; or click here for more information.
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