Productivity / Life

Design Your Home and Redefine
Your Style

Tips to designing a unique space and finding your own style through art.

Kirsten Grove sits on a sofa in the living room while looking at Jungle Canopy II V.2, Positive (2016) by Bill Claps in Art Mode on The Frame.

Kirsten Grove is an interior designer and consultant. The first thing you’ll notice when scrolling through her Instagram is her eclectic yet minimal style. For her, nothing beats a good mix and match of styles, as well as embracing artwork to complete the room’s ambience.

Modern interior design elements mixed with eclectic décor throughout Kirsten Grove's home.

"Mix & match yet staying minimal - the key to the magic"

Kirsten takes inspiration from artists that combine colours and shapes to create her distinct layering style with various design elements—taking care not to go overboard. Her main focus is to keep things simple yet sophisticated, with props and small splashes of colour here and there. One way she transforms a room is to include a unique piece of art. A room with the right artwork not only changes the scenery, but enhances the space around it.

Elevate your space with art

Various artworks, including Almond Milk (2013) by Carolyn MacLaren displayed on The Frame, hang on the living room wall in Kirsten Grove's home.
The Frame presents Home Tour with Interior Designer Kirsten Grove. Images are simulated and for illustration purposes only. The appearance, design and GUI (Graphic User Interface) specifications not affecting product performance are subject to change without notice. A Samsung account is required to set up TV. Smart service and GUI (Graphic User Interface) may vary by model and region. The gap may differ based on the installation and wall type. Customizable frame and studio stand sold separately. Please refer to the product detail page for each model. Kirsten examines eclectic design pieces, then introduces herself in her living room. The camera enters the front door of Kirsten's home and zooms in on art pieces framed throughout different rooms. The Frame is shown hanging on the wall of her living room, displaying Almond Milk (2013) by Carolyn MacLaren, as Kirsten changes the bezels of The Frame to the new burgundy color. Kirsten uses One Remote Control to access the Art Store and change the display to Paris Street, Rainy Day (1877) by Gustave Caillebotte on The Frame hanging flush to the wall in her living room. In the veranda, The Frame is shown on a stand, displaying Mana Pools Elephant (2015) by Scott Ramsay. In the corner of a different room of the house, The Frame is again shown on a stand, displaying Walking City 1 (2014) by Universal Everything. In another living room decorated with black furniture, The Frame hangs flush to the wall, as Kirsten uses One Remote Control to change the display from a video of waves on a beach to Jungle Canopy II V.2, Positive (2016) by Bill Claps. TV when it's on. Art when it's off. The Frame. Samsung.

"Art is so important in a space"

Simply styling tips

There are three sculptures and one work on a shelf on a white wall. They are showing Kirsten Grove's interior wall design.
Every wall has beautiful potential

Every artist needs a canvas and for an interior designer, that canvas is the wall. Kirsten believes there are three fundamental elements to a wall: paint, lighting and moulding. Paint adds colour to the canvas, while lighting enhances the canvas and moulding frames everything together. Once you've got your base, begin layering design elements, like art or paintings. Kirsten suggests mixing various sizes in one space to create a beautiful gallery. The larger pieces draw focus, while a mix of smaller ones create detail and intrigue. There are so many options and countless possibilities.

On the white wall, Heiko Hellwig's Butterfly IV (2015), displayed on Samsung The Frame, hangs harmoniously with other artworks.
Experiment with colour combinations

"It’s amazing what can happen when you paint a room a different colour," says Kirsten. Allow yourself artistic freedom and don't be afraid to experiment with contrasting colours. Layer different tones of decorations on your walls or hang one bright painting against a clean, white wall. The right framing is as essential as choosing a suitable piece of art. Kirsten recommends The Frame TV as part of a home gallery, so you can change up your display with the press of a button and make those pieces pop with different coloured, changeable bezels.

Various artworks, including Golfer in New York, USA (1993) by Thomas Hoepker displayed on The Frame, hang on the living room wall in Kirsten Grove's home.
Samsung The Frame displaying artwork Paris Street, Rainy Day (1877) by Gustave Caillebotte in Art Mode.
Art Mode

Select and display artwork that suits your style and ambience with The Frame.

Complete the moment with a piece of art

As Kirsten loves to host gatherings, she often prepares specific dinner menus tailored to her guests' tastes. Customising experiences to fit each unique occasion is something she enjoys doing. With Art Mode, you can make the atmosphere more suitable for whatever event you host—whether that means displaying a captivating statement piece or a warm, inviting photo. Set the tone and mood of the occasion with different styles of art.

Samsung The Frame displaying artwork Paris Street, Rainy Day (1877) by Gustave Caillebotte in Art Mode.
Art Mode

Select and display artwork that suits your style and ambience with The Frame.

TV when it's on. Art when it's off.
Kirsten Grove selects Albert Bierstadt's Among the Sierra Nevada, California (1875) from the Art Store on The Frame to match the afternoon sunlight reflecting on the walls.
Kirsten Grove installs burgundy bezels onto The Frame hanging flush to the wall and displaying Butterfly IV(2015) by Heiko Hellwig.
Samsung The Frame with beige customizable bezel.
Kirsten Grove cuddles with her dog on the sofa in the living room, and behind her is The Frame on a studio stand displaying The Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak (1863) by Albert Biert Bierstadt from the Art Store.

"Small details can change the look of a space"

Sometimes, all it takes is one small detail to change the whole vibe of a room. Having The Frame hang flush to the wall gives your room a more gallery-like feel, while setting it on a studio stand really centres the focus like a showcase. Not to mention, what you choose to display on the screen can also change the ambience of the space. A versatile piece like The Frame makes it easy to incorporate fresh design elements to a room, while maintaining a clean and simple aesthetic.

Redefine your living space

Complete the look of your home with The Frame.

2019 The Frame QLED Smart 4K UHD TV

The Frame

Studio Stand for 65" & 55" QLED & The Frame TVs

Studio Stand

65" The Frame Customizable Bezel

Customizable Frame

A headshot photography of Kirsten Grove turning her head back.


Kirsten Grove

Interior designer and author of Simply Styling.

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