Artwork From HGTV Smart Home 2020

A mix of colorful pop art, whimsical prints, historic photographs and a custom sculpture combine to make this home its very own art gallery.

By: Jessica Lowry Vizzutti
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Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White Photography

Photo By: Tomas Espinoza

He’s Out

A large-scale black-and-white photograph of an old-time baseball game provides a humorous tone as well as a striking visual that pops against the vibrant green walls.

Fine-Art Humor

A well-dressed bulldog portrait adds a sense of humor and whimsy to this masculine and modern room. The pop of gold in the painting echoes metallic elements found in the accessories and details throughout the space.

Foyer Chandelier

Designer Tiffany Brooks had HGTV’s J. Pickens create a light fixture and sculpture that represents Pittsburgh’s past and future. This steampunk-inspired piece is a nod to the city’s industrial past and its current reputation as a modern art hub.

Statement Piece

A closer look at this statement light fixture from the home’s second-floor landing shows the machine parts and gears that make up this ode-to-Pittsburgh piece. “It’s a representation of machine parts, which kind of speaks to the past, and bicycle gears, which speaks to where they are now,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “They’re slowly becoming one of the healthiest cities in America.”

Iron City Mural

In between the foyer and the great room, designer Tiffany Brooks added a mural, which was created as a tribute to Pittsburgh’s historic steel industry. Not only does the mural add a touch of local historical flavor, it’s a great conversation piece.

Three-Dimensional Gallery Wall

Designer Tiffany Brooks mixed black-and-white photos of downtown Pittsburgh with sculptural elements to create a chic yet somewhat whimsical art display.

Additional Landing

Framed black-and-white abstract art and a potted fiddle-leaf fig plant decorate the landing in between the main level and the basement game room.

Friendly Face

The modern wall art in the dining room picks up the deep-green hues and other accent colors used in the space, while also adding tons of personality and charm.

Beverage Center Art

Framed modern art adds extra dimension to the ceramic-tile backsplash behind the coffee station in the breakfast nook.

Urban Artwork

In the teen bedroom, the set of graffiti-like abstract paintings on each side of the bed look almost three dimensional against the deep-black walls.

Curated Gallery Wall

A gallery wall was created above and next to the bed using framed art and photos the design team took in Pittsburgh. This curated gallery wall adds color, local flavor and personality to the contemporary space.

Pop of Personality

In the guest bedroom, the bright-orange pop art adds a striking color contrast against the teal walls and cream-colored sideboard.

Modern Art

Modern art on the wall above the dresser picks up some of the accent colors used in this stylish space, including the warm tones of the orange-copper walls.

Smiling Faces

Modern art with thin black frames on this wall of the study adds bold color and personality to this space with a good dose of drama and glamour.

Abstract Elements

Modern art adds texture and life above the coffee station in the master bedroom. The dark walls act as an extra frame around the prints and add a dramatic contrast.

Master Retreat

Two abstract prints above the Chesterfield-style bench in the master bedroom help tie the room’s color palette together in an artful way.

Easy Art Display Option

A modern, easel-like frame highlights a piece of black-and-white abstract art on the bathroom vanity. The adjustable easel makes it easy to swap out artwork when desired.

Master Closet Art

At the entrance to the master closet, a two-tone floral print adds a touch of feminity and style to a space that is probably just used as a drop zone.

Pop-Art Style

In the basement, a series of Rosie the Riveter portraits presented in an Andy Warhol-style adds a pop of color and dash of Pittsburgh history.

Wall Art That Can be Played

A custom black-and-white Connect Four-style game is mounted on the wall in the game room. The game’s color scheme “connects” perfectly with the neutral decor found throughout the space.

Dash of Color

At the entrance to the basement, a lively abstract print ties the colors of the landing to the bathroom and the game room just beyond.

Creative Canine

This painting adds a dash of color and whimsy to the otherwise neutral powder room and plays off the artwork and pop-art-style paintings found throughout the home.

Touch of Personality

Abstract art adds extra style to the powder room walls by picking up some of the rose-gold tones used throughout the space.