With Samsung's introduction of the Frame TV, the TV is finally beginning to move into the future. For years, I envisioned a TV that seamlessly blended into my home's surroundings and didn't look like a TV and a bunch of wires. Samsung delivered on this dream with the Frame TV.The Frame TV comes with a grayish black frame, which is color-neutral for most homes, but it doesn't really distinguish the TV from being a TV. That is where the customizable bezels come into play. Samung offers a variety of bezel colors to help coordinate its Frame TV with your home's decor. When combined with the TVs artwork mode, which allows to choose your picture and then customize the surrounding matte size and color, the TV truly looks like a piece of artwork when not in use.The extra bezels come in white, a Cherry color and a natural wood color. They are made of sturdy metal, and they attach to the TV using screws at pre-designed places.My only complaint is that you have to attach the bezels with screws. The bezel replacement process does not make for an easy swap, and I found that I had to take the TV off the wall in order to swap them fully. This becomes a pain with a 55 inch or 65 inch TV, so I suggest deciding on your bezel color before hanging the TV. I also wish that Samsung offered more color options for its bezels.Ultimately, I applaud Samsung for offering different bezel color choices to better suit its customer's home decor. The replaceable bezel feature is essential for creating the disguised TV/ wall artwork effect.