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If you’re like me, you love collecting NFT art! But what do you do with it once you have it in your hardware wallet?
How do you show it off to your friends and family?
To express yourself, you’ve decided to move from viewing your NFT in your portfolio tracker to displaying your NFT art at home.
In this article, we will discuss 7 different ways that you can display your NFT art at home!
I’ll give tips on how to do each one, as well as some ideas for what kinds of artwork are best for your intended use.
Read on for more information!
How To Display NFT Art At Home?
1) Print and Frame Your NFT In A Solid Frame
The simplest and most direct way to display your NFT is to print it out physically and frame it up in a solid frame.
This is the cheapest and easiest method of displaying your NFT art at home and will help you get started cheaply when you are framing an NFT for the first time.
All you need is a printer, some photo paper, and a frame!
To do this, first, find an NFT that you love and want to display. Download the image file of the NFT (this should be in .jpg or .png format).
Next, print out the image on photo paper using your home printer. Make sure that you use photo paper and not just regular printer paper, as the photo paper will be sturdier and of a higher quality.
Once you have printed out the image, find a slim picture frame that you like and that is the right size for your print. Place the print inside the frame and secure it so that it doesn’t fall out.
You can then hang your new NFT print on the wall or place it on a shelf or mantle for everyone to see!
If you want to take this method a step further, you can also get the NFT printed onto the canvas! This will give your NFT art a more high-end look and feel and will make it really stand out.
To do this, simply find a company that offers canvas printing and send them your NFT file. They will then print the image onto a high-quality canvas for you. Once you have received the canvas, stretch it over a frame (you can buy these at any craft store) and secure it.
Then, hang your new NFT canvas up on the wall and admire your handiwork like your own NFT art show!
This is a great way to display your NFT art if you want it to really stand out and make a statement. Plus, it’s a great conversation starter when guests come over!
Canvas prints can be expensive, so if you’re on a budget, stick to the paper print method. But if you want to splurge, canvas prints are definitely worth the investment!
There are numerous ways in which you can do this more simply through NFT printing services. You just have to provide them with the NFT art file with a high enough DPI (picture quality) or connect your wallet to the service for them to read the art metadata.
A good example of an NFT printing service is Flow NFT, which helps you to instantly print your NFT and receive it at your home in less than a week – in high quality! In my opinion, it’s one of the most convenient ways for displaying NFT art with the least hassle.
2) Display Your NFT in A Digital Frame
If you don’t want to print out your NFT art, or if you want to be able to change up your display frequently, then displaying your NFT in a digital frame is a great option for you!
Digital frames are becoming more and more popular and are a great way to display artwork that can be easily changed. Plus, they don’t take up any physical space, so they’re perfect for small apartments or homes.
To display your NFT in a digital frame, simply upload the image file of your NFT to the frame. Most digital frames have Wi-Fi capabilities, so you can easily transfer files from your computer or phone to the frame.
Examples of such Digital Frames include Infinite Objects digital frames. They offer supremely modern-looking digital frames that work for moving NFTs. In fact, you can even use this for any video art print.
From the Infinite Objects website, you can connect your Metamask wallet to access your NFTs so you don’t even need to get the .jpeg version of your NFT art!
Infinite Objects will then read the image and produce a unique QR code for your NFT. The infinite object frame looks pretty good to me, don’t you think?
You may consider using The Mint Edition to frame up video digital NFTs in real life. The best part about them is that they look absolutely amazing.
You can also consider a Meural Canvas II, which will allow you to swap out whichever NFT you want to display, and not be limited to just displaying one.
You may want to consider a Looking Glass portrait, as it can contain your NFTs that have 3D content in them. They are also digital picture frames, but holograms in them give your NFT digital art the 3rd dimension!
Your digital art collection looks great now isn’t it?
3) Use A Projector To Display Your NFT Art
If you want to really go all out and make a statement with your NFT art, then using a projector is the way to do it!
Projectors can be expensive, but if you have the budget for them, they are definitely worth the investment.
You can simulate the look of real art galleries for your NFT collection, but still, use the laser projector when you just want to watch shows!
If you have multiple NFTs in your NFT collection, I suggest using laser projectors to display NFT art because they are high-quality and are great for displaying multiple NFTs and still achieve vibrant colors for each of them.
4) Turn Your NFT Into A Sticker
If you want a more unique way to display your NFT art, then turning it into a sticker is a great option!
Stickers are fun, unique, and can be placed on almost anything. To turn your NFT into a sticker, simply find a company that offers custom printing. (Etsy, Tin Can)
Though, I would recommend Tin Can because they are a custom art label that produces stickers that are durable and made of high opacity adhesive vinyl, which means you can be displaying your NFT art for a long time to come!
Your NFT collection doesn’t necessarily have to be in frames in the traditional NFT gallery manner!
Stickers can be pasted on your wallet bottles, laptops, smartphones, and wherever you want to be reminded of your NFT digital art while at home!
5) Use AR To Display NFT Art
If you want to get really creative with how you display your NFT digital art, then you can use augmented reality (AR) to do it!
This will help your NFT art stand out more from the rest by going part the digital picture frame and into the 3rd dimension!
Nike has taken the first steps to let NFT collectors show off their NFT art using AR as shown in the video below:
echo3D covers how to do this with their AR service in an article.
6) Display Your 3D NFT Using 3D Printing
To display NFTs that are 3D, you can consider using a 3D printer to print a model of your NFT. This way, you can fully utilize the 3D aspects of your NFt display.
However, as not all NFT collections have a 3D aspect, this area of NFT displays something that’s still developing and growing!
As of now, only special collections like the NFT Collection by Danit Peleg utilize 3D printing to bring NFTs out of their traditional art forms into the 3rd dimension of fashion!
The world’s first 3D-printed bike is also an NFT!
7) Display NFTs On A Samsung QLED 4K Smart TV
Finally, if you want to display your NFT in the most traditional way possible, then displaying it on a Samsung QLED Smart TV is the way to do it!
This will allow you to view your NFTs in full resolution and with all of the colors and details that they were meant to be seen – when you turn off your TV!
When you turn off The Frame, it will display art pieces in full 4K resolution, so it’s great to simulate the look of art galleries through its digital frame!
Plus, a Samsung QLED Smart TV is a great investment for your home as it will also allow you to watch movies, and TV shows, and play video games in stunning detail!
So, there you have it! These are the seven best ways to display your NFT art at home.
NFT enthusiasts will all agree that flaunting our NFTs are part of the joy of collecting rare NFTs from a rare NFT art collection.
Why not display images of your NFTs and make your very own NFT art gallery right at home?
Which one will you be trying out first?
Thanks for reading!
Justin is the founder and author of Justjooz. He is a Nanyang Technological University (NTU) alumni and a former data analyst.
Now, Justin runs the Justjooz blog full-time, hoping to share his deep knowledge of business, tech, web3, and analytics with others.
To unwind, Justin enjoys gaming and reading.