New York-based realist painter Dina Brodsky paints stunningly small landscapes and cityscapes often inspired by her travels via bicycle. The classically-trained artist features an astounding degree of detail in her works.
HGTV Fixer Upper hosts Joanna and Chip Gaines updated the exterior of the home and enhanced its modern design by painting the brick light gray, adding natural wood support beams and updating the landscaping.
To the left of the fireplace, a midcentury sideboard keeps other entertaining essentials on-hand. Designer Michelle Gage complemented the style of the piece with an antique painting of a Southwestern landscape and a bright blue lamp.
As seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, this entry courtyard’s modern design was enhanced by painting the brick light gray and the door a contemporary blue-black. Natural wood support beams, no-fuss landscaping and a herringbone-pattern wood walkway complete the look.
From abstract work to landscapes to portraits, the Williamsons definitely play the field when it comes to the kind of art they display in their home. Here, a graphic abstract painting with juicy colors plays nicely with the white console and lamp in the Williamsons' master bedroom.
The barn’s paint scheme is evocative of the materials and plantings selected for the landscape. The distinctive red chaise lounges offer eye-catching contrast against the greenery surrounding the spaces.