Televisions are usually obvious, outsized items in the room; it’s not a good look. Noted industrial designer Yves Béhar pondered that vexing point, telling Wired, “The fact that these shiny, techy objects are just there, not doing anything, is an obstacle to the technology being a discreet part of your home.” His collaboration with Samsung lead to the Frame TV (starting at $1,999), a 4K UHD TV that provides a visual counterpoint to the typical fade-to-black rectangular attendance of a conventional model. In “Art Mode,” Frame displays a work of digital art with up to 100 custom options. Similarly, motion and light sensors turn off the screen when there’s no activity in the room. The display also reacts to ambient light levels to appear natural during the day. For the even more design-inclined, there are extra options like magnetically interchangeable wood frames and a Studio Stand. It’s not the typical MoMA Design Store offering, but this design-forward model makes the cut for good reason.