IKEA and Sonos are continuing their SYMFONISK collaboration with the unveiling of their brand new piece, a picture frame WiFi speaker.

The new collab is offered in black or white and includes interchangeable fonts for different looks. Similar to its predecessors, the piece is meant to be both functional and imaginative, and can be disguised as an art piece that delivers high-quality sound throughout your home. The SYMFONISK frame can be connected via WiFi, and can serve as either the only sound source in a room or be connected to the other products in the SYMFONISK range and other Sonos products. Users will also have access to more than 100 streaming services and the full range of Sonos products.

“The space-saving picture frame speaker can hang on its own on the wall as an eye-catching art piece, be matched with other art on the wall, be placed on a shelf or on the floor, leaning against the wall. The interchangeable fronts make it easy to choose a style that suits your individual home”, Stjepan Begic, Product Developer at IKEA of Sweden, said in a statement. “As part of the growing IKEA Home Smart range, this new speaker contributes to our ambition to enable the many to enjoy a smarter everyday life.”

“Each SYMFONISK speaker combines the Sonos sound experience with IKEA design in surprising new ways, creating products neither company would create alone,” Sara Morris, Principal Product Manager at Sonos, added. “Sonos’ acoustic design means the picture frame speaker sounds amazing for such a compact shape, and the Sonos app means it is effortless to set up and effortless to use. This long-term collaboration continues to deliver exciting new ideas that will bring great listening experiences to homes across the globe – we look forward to delivering more unique products together in the future.”

Take a look at the piece above. The IKEA and Sonos SYMFONISK picture frame WiFi speaker will be available at IKEA U.S. and online on July 15.

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