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June 22, 2022

How to Display NFT Art on a Wall, Screen, at Home and More 

NFT collectors acquire non-fungible token digital art for a variety of reasons, from the appreciation of the art to support the cause it is connected with. Some people are more lowkey and are fine with keeping the art locked up on the blockchain, but most want to showcase what they have with an NFT display. Let’s take a look at the different methods on how to display NFT art.

Where Can I Display My NFT Art?

There are so many ways to display digital art nowadays, and the method meant for you will depend on where you want to display it and what type of crypto art you have. You can do it in real life, or take advantage of the metaverse (virtual world).

You can turn to LED screens, portable media devices, and keep physical copies, the choice is yours. However, collectors should be aware of the challenges or downsides of certain methods. For example, you can more than use your computer monitor as an art gallery, but it may not be the classiest way to do it. 

Choosing to use a device you already have, such as your iPad, can save you money because art lovers don’t need to shell out more cash to purchase custom software (but you might have to increase the device’s internal storage). 

The most hassle-free way to display your NFT art is to use social media platforms. Just post it to your Facebook and Instagram accounts or use it as a profile picture for Twitter. There are real-life options and digital methods for NFT artwork, so let’s dive right in.

How to Display Your NFT Art Collection In Real Life

Displaying your digital art collection in real life can be done one of two ways – displaying the digital file or using physical prints. We’re going to tackle the former first.

Digital Frames 

The best way to display artworks digitally is to use digital frames. Here are some of the best ones.

• Infinite Objects

Infinite Object

For those who have video NFTs, try Infinite Objects on for size. Just head over to the Infinite Objects website to get a view of multiple frame options they have that will definitely complement your home. The frames take something basic and traditional and transforms it into a digital NFT display meant for video prints. 

You will be able to display NFTs of your choice on Infinite Objects frames and watch them come to life on your tabletop. We’ll be honest and say it can get repetitive so pick a video file you wouldn’t mind seeing on repeat – indefinitely. On the plus side, there is no limit to the length of your video.

The video frames gets another thumbs up from us because it’s super easy to use and there is no additional software to install.

• Meural Canvas

Mural Gear

Next up is Meural Canvas, which happens to be one of the most diverse options on our list. Not only does it play picture art, but it can also display videos as well. It can be on the expensive side but it’s very easy to use. Just connect your crypto wallet to the digital picture frame and you can directly display your NFT collection.

There is a variety of sizes you can choose from when it’s not functioning as an NFT display, you can play your own video home movies on there! You can sync albums via your smart device because Meural Canvas frames work with iOS and Android systems.

You can switch out the art displays and customize the playlists to your liking. Another great feature is you can invite family members to share their content to a designated playlist so everyone has an input.

• Tokenframe


If there ever was an event for art galleries to solely display NFTs, then we would go with the TokenFrame digital picture frame for our art. We would choose this one in that setting because of the amazing quality it can handle. The digital frames can support full HD, 2K and even 4K content!

If you’re thinking about using these digital photo frames anywhere with plenty of overhead lighting, then you’re in luck because of the anti-glare screen that will not let something as small as lighting affect your digital art display.

Other excellent features a TokenFrame digital frame comes with include a rotating wall mount, stereo speakers that are in-built, and a headphone jack if you want to enjoy the sound in private. You have full control over the digital frame via your mobile device for functions such as displaying the QR code for an art piece. The only downside we would say is that these frames are considered more high-end, and the price reflects that.

• Samsung Frame TV

The most multifunctional and worth-your-money investment is probably the Samsung Frame TV. The device is primarily a TV and the ability to display your NFT collectibles is a secondary feature. It’s a QLED 4K smart TV, which makes it produce super-high-quality images and it also explains the high price tag (but still very reasonable for a TV). But keep in mind that it’s not a frame, it’s a TV first and foremost, which makes the cost understandable.

The exterior is very sleek and sits flush against your wall with its thin design. Its unassuming appearance just looks like a frame on the wall and blends into your interior decor. NFT enthusiasts can use the “art mode” setting that uses motion sensors to work. Your NFT art show is triggered when the motion sensors capture movement in the room and start to play your NFT art when the TV is off. When the person leaves the room, the screen will go blank again to save energy. 

• Dragon Touch

Dragon Touch

We always make sure to provide products for people working within any budget, which is why the next one is an affordable one. It isn’t a dedicated NFT display, but it doesn’t make it any less effective. You can plug in your own photos, video, and traditional art pieces. For NFTs, the Dragon Touch frame supports a video length up to 30 seconds long and has room for over 400,000 images.

Don’t worry about having to adjust the picture rotation on your playlist, because Dragon Touch digital frames have an auto-rotate feature. It just looks like a regular photo frame but it is in fact a digital frame that can grace your desktop, nightstand or any flat surface. Again, one of the best features of these NFT displays is the low price. 

• Looking Glass Holograms

One of the coolest ways to showcase NFT images is to transform them into holograms – how futuristic! Unfortunately, while the technology is cutting-edge, it wont work with any NFTs. The Looking Glass Portrait requires a 3D image or video for its tech to work. They do have a converter onboard, so you can check to see if your NFT works with the frame.

Printed NFT Art

As we also mentioned way in the beginning, another way to display your crypto art in real life is to print them out. Below are some of the top services that can turn your digital pieces into physical art. 

• Solid NFT Prints

Solid NFT Prints

Solid NFT prints doesn’t just transfer your files onto paper, but they use a process called sublimation, which prints the pieces onto aluminum plates – a revolutionary method in the art space. Why do it this way? Because it makes your crypto art much more durable and the service aims to create the same security one would enjoy on the blockchain in real life. 

There is a size limit of 120×240 cm for tokens, but it’s great to know that they will be printed on recycled material that can be further recycled. Rest assured that you get a label on the back of each piece that is the authentication certificate complete with the QR code.

• DIY Display

There is nothing wrong with going about displaying NFTs in the good old-fashioned way – with regular frames. 

You can print out your 2D art and authentication certificate, put it in a traditional photo frame and display it that way. This method won’t work with video NFTs, though. In a world that is increasingly dominated by tech, displaying NFTs the old-fashioned way can be refreshing. Not to mention, it wont’t put a dent in your wallet like some of the options above. 

How to Display Your NFT Art Online

You can also proudly showcase your acquisitions in the digital space in virtual galleries, marketplaces or even on virtual land that you purchase in the metavese.

Online Platforms/Galleries

• Showtime


 The first site that lets you show off your collection is Showtime. Remember when Instagram was really about photography (yeah, way back when)? Well, that is what Showtime aims to accomplish – being the social media platform where you can display your NFTs.

We like the concept because Showtime also designed its platform and layout to be very similar to Instagram. This means that there is little to no learning curve for those who are already familiar with it. The only thing you have to do that is not required by Instagram is to connect your NFT wallets. Once the connection with your wallet has been established, all the art on it will automatically show up on your Showtime account.

Other NFT supporters who use the platform can like, comment, and view your NFT collection. 

• Lazy


Very aptly named, Lazy is a “lazy way to show off your NFTs”. Unlike Showtime, Lazy bears some resemblance to Pinterest. Users of Lazy can pin the ones you like to your profile to feature it. Lazy isn’t just a place to display your NFT collection, but it is a marketplace as well. You can purchase ones for sale directly on the platform. 

Lazy only supports certain blockchains at the moment, namely Ethereum, Solana and Polygon.

• OpenSea

Like Lazy, OpenSea, the largest NFT marketplace right now, is both a place to buy and sell as well as display your NFTs. The difference between OpenSea and Lazy is OpenSea is primarily a marketplace while Lazy is primarily a display platform.

The NFTs that people list for sale are on display as well and many supporters flock to the platform to browse the online galleries and see what others in the NFT community have acquired. You can display your NFTs in just a few clicks if you have an account. What’s great about choosing OpenSea for its NFT galleries is you can take advantage of its multi-chain nature. 

You can also choose to list your collection on NFT Drops for exposure. What’s great is marketplaces and stats sites can be used simultaneously to get more eyes on your pieces.


The coolest concept you can choose for how to display NFT art is using the metaverse. The metaverse is a term that describes the virtual world. Virtual worlds themselves have NFTs of their own. You can buy virtual land (land parcels) and wearables among other tokens to use within the virtual world. 

You can essentially live a complete life within the metaverse space, and with future advancements, we’re sure many people will choose to build a secondary life in the virtual worlds of their choosing. Metaverses allow its players to establish businesses, host event,s and now, display their NFT collections within an online gallery.

• Decentraland


The first one on our list, and the largest and most popular (and most expensive) metaverse is Decentraland. The virtual world has land parcels that are very expensive, but people who own one can create their own experiences within the plot of land. If there was ever an example of how getting a piece of something early is beneficial, Decentraland is the poster child for this. 

At the beginning of the platform’s launch, land parcels went for around $20 each. Now after the metaverse has taken off, the prices are pushing $10,000 (and that is on the cheaper end)! 

An art gallery is among the establishments you can build on your land. Many other landowners have already done this and Decentraland even hosts an Art Week annually for 10 days where people can display actual NFTs, share music, create events, and host parties.

Very reputable establishments in real life have a piece of Decentraland, and Sotheby’s is an example of this. They have their own gallery you can visit and purchase any pieces you have your eye on. Of course, you can also sell the pieces you showcase in your own NFT gallery.

• Spatial


Next up is Spatial, which zeroes in on the art industry and is a metaverse meant for just that. Like the galleries on Decentraland, you can curate your own NFT gallery and host events and exhibitions. It works a lot like real art shows where there is a custom art label like what you see in real life. 

You don’t have to build your NFT gallery from the ground up. There are plenty of templates of environments you can browse or you can choose to create a custom one that exemplifies your style.

Once you’re all set up, the next step is to host special events and exhibitions, but the max capacity is 32 people with their custom avatars.

• Cyber


Lastly, we have Cyber, which is very much like Spatial. What’s great is it’s free, so there is  no need to connect your crypto wallet for payments. You can focus on creating your ideal environment to show off your NFT collection. It’s a very immersive experience if we do say so ourselves. You can actually walk and explore the space or host your own and choose from a warehouse art show template, one that looks very high-end and sophisticated, or go for an underground vibe.

What sets Cyber apart from the others and earns it a place on our list is the contribute feature. You can invite others to showcase their NFTs in your gallery. Working together like this will help draw in more people and gain more exposure.

• XR Apps

XR, which stands for extended reality, is another way to display your NFTs in the metaverse space. Basically, you create immersive and interactive virtual experiences with the tech. XR is a more evolved form of VR (virtual reality) and there is also AR (augmented reality). When combined, you can imagine the realism and intimacy you can create. 

VR represents the space, AR is customizing the space, and XR is the interaction and immersion you give your audience.


• Can I display someone else's NFT?

Yes, you can display someone else’s NFTs if you use a collaborative platform like Cyber. You can customize the space and host the event but invite contributors to add their NFT pieces. You won’t have the rights to their art and they take it with them once the event ends.

• How can I display NFT art at home?

Yes, you can display your NFT art at home by using digital frame devices, special TVs, or just printing out your art and putting it into a traditional picture frame. The devices can support various types of NFTs (some even with holographic effects) and you can place them all over your house.


Creating, marketing, listing, buying, and selling aren’t the only actions you can take for NFTs, there is also the matter of keeping them to display. There are many ways to do this, from opting for real-life methods to turning to the metaverse to create immersive digital experiences. Whatever you choose, just make sure you have the tools you need to do it and be aware that some methods are more expensive than others.

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